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Meirav Heiman and Ayelet Carmi   /// From: Israel Trail Procession

Meirav Heiman and Ayelet Carmi /// From: Israel Trail Procession

$2,000.00Price

2018

20X30cm

 

 

 

Inkjet print on archival paper
Ayelet Carmi is a painter and installation artist. She holds a BFA from the Department of Fine Art, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem. Her work often features mythological female figures, as well as hybrids of machinery and the human form. With a background in traditional painting, she re-examines the conventions of representation. Her work displays metamorphoses of the world and imaginary figments. Carmi has been awarded scholarships and grants by the Israeli Ministry of Education and the Lottery Council for the Arts. Meirav Heiman is an interdisciplinary artist working in photography and video. She holds a BFA from the Department of Photography, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem. Her work departs from everyday life, recreating domestic scenarios in a stylized, grotesque manner to provoke a wide range of human emotions. The basic need for love and intimacy is counteracted by the rigidity of family and gender constructions. Heiman has received various art grants and scholarships, as well as distinctions from international art festivals The Collaboration Carmi and Heiman have been working together since 2014 and produced seven joint projects to date. In 2014, they began collaborating on “The Israel Trail: Procession,” which debuted as a three-channel video installation at the Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Israel in 2018. The work was purchased to the collection of the Israel Museum. Also in 2018, “Sphere” stood at the center of a collaborative show that the two artists presented at the Neve Schechter Gallery in Tel Aviv. Additional projects include “Icosahedron” (Haifa Museum of Art, Israel in 2016), and “Eclipse” (2015), screened in Israel and abroad. Their collaborative work has gained support from the Lottery Council for the Arts (Israel), the Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts (Israel), Artis (NY), and Asylum Arts (NY). In 2019, Carmi and Heiman’s collaborative works were featured in a large duo exhibition at Hadassah-Brandeis institute, Kniznick Gallery, Boston. Their works were also featured in a series of festivals, including Videoformes, The Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, a video art program for the Museum of Nature and Hunting in Paris, Stuttgarter Filmwinter – Festival for Expanded Media, , FIVA – International Festival for Video Art, and KLEX – independent international festival of experimental film, video art and music.

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