My artworks take a critical view of social, political and cultural issues inspired by everyday life growing up in a conflicted area of the world and my immediate environment.
My early works often referenced the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its implications, and my recent works are inspired by the Information Age, technology, data and information as well as referencing its control structures and hierarchy of power.
I was born in Jerusalem, Israel and attended Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, receiving a BA in Fine art in 2010. I then practiced drawing, video and installation and based my studio in Jerusalem as the city and its history was one of the greatest inspirations to my work.
I then moved to London, United Kingdom and attended Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, receiving a MA in Fine Art in 2014. My artistic practice then slowly transitioned due to the nature of the concepts behind my works, shifting from tangible pieces to virtual. The Internet was something that inspired me from early childhood and I now find myself more and more engaged with digital art, utilising my programming skills to my art practice.