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Sign: Holon - Story Garden - Noa’s sign language


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Refa’el Eitan St 5, Holon, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל העיר חולון
סמל גן-סיפור

שפת הסימנים של נועה
כתבה - נירה הראל
פיסול - אפי חוג’סטה
איור - אלישבע געש, יניב שמעוני
ביצוע והקמה: צוות חוג’סטה בע"מ

[לוח 1]
שפת הסימנים של נועה
למה כולם יודעים מתי בא כל יום ורק אני טועה תמיד? שאלה נועה וחשבה: אני צריכה סימן.
וכשאמא קלעה לה צמות, היה לנועה רעיון: הצמות יהיו הסימן.
וכך היה.
בכל בוקר התעוררה נועה ולפי מספר הצמות שלה ידעה איזה יום הגיע. צמה אחת ביום ראשון, שתי צמות ביום שני, שלוש צמות ביום שלישי, ארבע ביום רביעי, חמש ביום חמישי, שש ביום ששי. ובשבת קישטו את ראשה שבע צמות קשורות בסרטים ציבעוניים.
שבוע עבר ועוד שבוע, ובוקר אחד התעוררה נועה ולא מצאה שום צמה, אלא סתם שיער פרוע.
מה יהיה עכשיו?

נירה הראל
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One of the Story Gardens in Holon, gardens designed according to children’s books. This garden, which is located in the "Story Gardens Cluster" Click for sign's details

The garden with sculptures depicting the story was photographed that day
Board I - Click for a larger image
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Translation of the text on the sign:
The emblem of the city of Holon
Garden-story symbol

Noa’s sign language
Story - Nira Harel
Illustration - Elisheva Gesh, Yaniv Shimoni
Sculpture - Effi Hujesta
Execution and establishment: Hujesta Team Ltd.

[Board I]
Noa’s sign language
Why does everyone know what day it is every day and only I am always wrong? Noa asked and thought: I need a sign.
And when Mother braided her braids, Noa had an idea: Braids would be the mark.
and so it was.
Every morning Noa woke up and by the number of her braids she knew what day it was. One braid on Sunday, two braids on Monday, three braids on Tuesday, four on Wednesday, five on Thursday, six on Friday. And on Saturday, seven braids tied in colored ribbons adorned her head.
A week passed and another week, and one morning Noa woke up and found no braid but just wild hair.
What will happen now?

Nira Harel




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