Born in 1987, Israel, Lives and works in Tel-Aviv
2009-2013 - Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A) (with honors), Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Department of fine arts, Jerusalem, IL
2019 - “ An Assembled Fire”, A duo exhibition with artist Avi Sabah, Oranim Gallery, Oranim Academic College, Kiryat Tivon. Curator: Orit Bulgaro
2019 - The shape of things to come”, Beita Gallery, Jerusalem. Curator: Smadar Tsook"
2018 - “New Age”, MOBY (Museums of Bat-Yam), curated by Hila Cohen-Schneiderman
2018 - ZUMU Arad, Arad towel factory, curated by Ofra Harnam, Milana gitzin-Adiram
2018 - “Summer marks”, “Alfred” gallery, curated by Maayan Gutfeld & Yoav Hainebach
2017 - ״In Service”, petach- Tikva Museum Of Art, Petach- Tikva.Curator: Or Tshuva
2016 - “Things to come”, Petach-Tikva Museum Of Art, Petach-Tikva. Curator: Doreet Levitte Harten
2016 - “Bitter”, “Hanina” gallery, tel-aviv. Curator: Mia Kazan
2014 - “Future plans” Street exhibition, Jerusalem, curators: “BlackBox”
2014 - “the cucumber died, Came back to life, and now it has a beard”, “Bezalel 7” gallery, Jerusalem. A cooperation with artist Tal Rosen Eliezer
2014 - “Colon”, “Bezalel 7” gallery, Jerusalem Curators: Amir Menasheof, Merav Kamel.
2017 - “Massive asteroid approaching earth”, “Artists studios” gallery, Tel-Aviv. curator: Eitan Buganim
2013 - “The hidden passenger”, Amiad gallery, Tel-Aviv. Curator: Adi Englman
2017 - “Barbur b&b”- “Barbur” gallery residency program, Jerusalem
2017 - “Mada al habar” events- “about science and art” - a lecture given by Netaly Aylon and astro-physicist Adam rubin, in association with “Weizmann” institute of science
2012 - “contact point”, The Israel museum, Jerusalem /group performance/curator -Eli Petel
2012 - “Pecha Kucha”, Jerusalem.
9.1.2019 - Roee Alter’s review on “New Age”, at “Haaretz” newspaper - Click Here
19.5.2017 - Ouzi Zur’s review on “Massive asteroid approaching earth” at “Haaretz” newspaper - Click Here
17.5.2017- Keren Goldberg’s review on “Massive asteroid approaching earth”, Erev Rav magazine - Click Here
4.7.2013 - A look on israel’s promising artists, “Calcalist” online magazine - Click Here
Prizes & grants
2017 - “Young artist” prize, The ministry of culture and sport (Israel)
2017 - “Joshua Rabinowitz” Fund for the Arts Grant
2017 - Israel Lottery Council For Culture & Arts grant
2017 - The Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality grant for special projects in the arts.2013- “Gross” fund grant for BFA graduation project.
My interests as an artist lay at the meeting point where science and art converge.
Through science I explore philosophical, poetical and emotional territories.
I am moved by physical phenomenons, in particular by cosmological ones, as I find them analogous to emotional processes. Encountering these infinite, enigmatic, astral ideas puts us in contact with something which lay in the inside of things, yet is also intimate for us. In this sense, it is tempting for me to perceive things as if the laws of nature apply to all levels of existence.
I believe all matter has energy, and that materials carry different emotions within them,which have to do with their specific histories, chemical compound and physical characteristics.
In the act of sculpting mind and matter merge, creating an object that speaks to our emotions as it addresses our senses.
I investigate the building blocks and the mechanisms of my surroundings, using formulas, materials, shapes, sounds and movement.
I take the world apart and re-build it again, in search of new inter-relations between things, and in hope of revealing the absurdity and humor hiding inside these new connections.
I want to create a physical place where the visible indicates the invisible, a place where hierarchies collapse and the homogeneousmass of star dust in which all things float – manifests itself.