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Symbolism in "Time for Passover“– by Erik Kučera
This work represents the holiday and its meaning.
On the bottom left you you will see a representation of the Afikomen, here it is
„hidden“ just bellow the 6 sections of the Seder Plate. The six cirlces surrounded in a metallic like container on the left side above the Afikomen are representative of the Seder Plate. In Hebrew is written the items which are found upon the plate.
In the middle is a clock of sorts. This clock is representative showing an inside circle of the months of Gregorian calendar and the outside counting 1 – 12 as the hours of the day. One of the points of the Star of David is showing the starting point of the month of Nissan, or that which when one finds the holiday of Passover, which falls between 3 -4 on the Gregorian calendar
On the right side within the Star of David, we see a depiction of the Exodus. One sees inside the Star of David the pyramids, which before them lay the river parted by Moses
The work was created in the spirit of showing images from the past but creating them with a modern flair. The idea of this is symbolic of the ritual of the holiday itself, that we should remember the past an always celebrate this today and for all generations to come.