"The Tears, Apples and Stones exhibition by Zsuzsanna Ardó was one of the most beautiful and moving installations to be shown in the Synagogue, currently the Contemporary Art Centre of the town.

The delicate teardrops and glass apples, juxtaposed with stones, perfectly captured the spirit of the Synagogue’s tragic history and its present hopeful purpose.

Combined with the poignant composition specifically written by Jonathan David for Tears, Apples and Stones, this installation made a powerful impact on many levels.

Many of the visitors commented on how moved they were to participate in picking and placing stones next to the apples.

It was a thoughtful exhibition that richly involved the emotions and the senses."

S. Kiss, Contemporary Art Centre/At Home Gallery, Co-Director/Curator