“Epidemiology II.” 2021. Watercolor and film. 78 x 103 cm Andi Arnovitz © All rights reserved.
“Sneeze.” 2021. Watercolor, fabric, film, lightbox. 43 x 33 x 30 cm. Andi Arnovitz © All rights reserved.
ANDI ARNOVITZ MEDICAL EXPLORATION
Andi Arnovitz has a BFA from Washington University in the United States and now lives and works in Jerusalem. A conceptual artist, she uses etching, digital information, printmaking processes, fabric, and thread to create print series, artist books, and large-scale installations. These pieces explore various tensions that exist within religion, gender, and politics.
Andi has exhibited in Europe, Asia, and North America. Her art is in both private and public collections, universities, museums, and institutions, including the US Library of Congress, The Smithsonian, The Israel National Library, The Museum of Art in Ein Harod, The Museum of the Diaspora in Tel Aviv, and Yeshiva University Museum.
“Epidemiology I.” 2020. Watercolor. 113 x 84 cm Andi Arnovitz © All rights reserved.
“Be Fruitful and Multiply.” 2019. Watercolor, paper and thread, digital images. Andi Arnovitz © All rights reserved.
“For Making Me According to Your Will.” 2019. Watercolor and film. 78 x 103 cm Andi Arnovitz © All rights reserved.
The feminine physical form has been explored continuously throughout history. The physical processes that accompany the female form, menses, pregnancy, and various aging effects fascinate me.
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Yael Dryzin Born in 1986, lives and works in Israel and Greece. Graduate of Art Studies at Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem (2014).
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"There are certain elements of the human form that immediately denote ” female.” The pelvis certainly suggests fertility, the womb, the center of life in its most graphic simplicity. Playing with this form, with bones that feel like lace, with blood that is at once terrifying and beautiful, I draw attention to the female form and its cycles". -Andi Arnovitz
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