The exhibition, curated by Ori Shalom together with Roy Brand and  Keren Yaela Golan, presented a summary of a century of modernist architecture in Israel. In the last hundred years, the Israeli space has been used and written down to the last detail in a recurring operation as a blank sheet, all over again every time. In the contemporary Israeli landscape, the familiar dichotomy of a city and a suburb was blurred for the URB URB – a new hybrid creation, neither a city nor a suburb, but an island constructed mosaic. This concept was displayed in the exhibition in a simple and straightforward way: four printers outlined images on desert sand and then erased them. The scale of images printed on the sand varies: city plans, neighborhoods, and residential buildings.