The starting point for this installation is my preoccupation with questions of memory and narrative. Similarly to earlier projects, here too the emphasis is on the viewer’s experience creating individual experiences of ‘revelations’ thatoccur as one approaches the work.
The fragmented images are reflected by the black water pool reverbrating the way in which we accumulate moments into memory as a whole: while we can easily make sense of specific moment, we cannot access or vividly understand others.
The viewer is constanly in an act of exploration which is conceptual as well as it is physical .Circulating around the installation has a similar experience to any attempt in comprehending a narrative, a memory.
Born in California (USA), 1989
Lives and works in Tel Aviv (Israel) and in Los Angeles, California (USA)
Selected current Solo Exhibitions
2015 ‘Transitions & Particles’, two-part solo exhibition (ongoing project ‘Mountains of Narratives’) Open Contemporary Art Center & Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan
‘Around The Cracks’, Final installation of Artists in residency, Bad Gastein, Austria.
‘While They Were Moving, They Were Moved’, Gordon Gallery 2, Tel-Aviv, Israel
‘Reflecting On Shadows’, Artists House, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Curator: Rivka Bakalash
‘What Doesn’t Bend Breaks’, Gallery Schimming, Hamburg, Germany
, Janco Dada Museum, Ein Hod, Israel. Curator: Raya Sommer Tal
‘The Magnifying Glass and the Telescope’, p/art, Hamburg, Germany
2014 ‘Through The Fog, The Distance’ – Wilfrid Museum, Israel. Curator: Shir Yamaguchi &
Anat Turbowitz (catalogue)
2013 ‘Between All Our Intentions’ – Dwek Gallery, Mishenot Sha’ananim, Jerusalem, Israel.
Curator: Raz Samira (catalogue)
2012 ‘Baggage’, Al Ha’tzuk Gallery, Netanya, Israel. Curator: Maya Kashevitz (catalogue)
2011 ‘We Forgot It In People’, Opus DV, Tel-Aviv, Israel