I was born in New York and the influence of the urban space, street art, graffiti, the glass-clad tower high-rise, and the city reflected in them, along with the local urban landscape of Tel Aviv, where I grew up, are ingrained in my creative realm.
My works address notions associated with the haphazardness, demarcated territories, or transient shelters in the context of acute global issues concerning the future and integrity of our planet. I have been creating site-specific installations and sculptural objects in recent years, using ready-mades and materials extracted from the mundane and functional office life. Electrical and plastic cables, sockets and plugs, fluorescent and LED lights, PVC sheets and bubble wrap, and other ready-mades undergo a process of transformation into new material and geometrical syntax.
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Issue #49 July 2020