This is a 3cm thick sculpture of a door fromOld City Jerusalem, cast in transparent soda-lime glass with polished edge bevels. The cast has captured the details of the original door exceptionally well, even containing textures from peeling paint, etc. The cast is set into a steel frame made in such a way as to subtly echo a lintel. The 4cm thick frame is constructed from sections of rectangular box steel & welded to make a frame that avoids being too industrial looking. The finish is a natural ageing, created with chemicals, it is protected by layers of shellac.


'The work addresses issues of choices in life - the doors we choose to open, close or ignore. The fact the door is solid & cannot now be opened or closed, alludes to our lives as individuals & how often we have to abide by our choices not being able to alter the consequences.' Katya Filmus
The sculpture backlitKatya Filmus in her studio with the sculptureKatya Filmus in her studio with the sculptureIn situIn SituIn SituSculpture showing chain &Detail of connecting shackleSculpture & frame front litDetail of glass, backlit