Point Cloud – group exhibition

Artists: Guy Aon, Maya Ben David, Ariel Caine, Moshe Caine, Eliraz Eitam and Nadav Goren, Talia Janover, Yuval NaorNeil Nenner and Avihai Mizrahi, Shabtai Pinchevsky

Historically, there are meaningful gaps between photographic processes and design process. Over the last few decades, there have been more and more collaborations between these two fields through the use of advanced technologies. This exhibition is the outcome of such collaboration between the departments of Photographic Communication and Industrial Design at Hadassah Academic College. The exhibition presents projects that focus on 3D photography, information, or digital design-based imaging technologies.

Curators:  Doron Altaratz and Galit Shvo

Manofim site

30/10/2019 to 30/11/2019

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Niv Rozenberg – Homes

In Homes, Niv Rozenberg presents images from several bodies of work created between 2010-2018. Inspired by the changes in the urban landscape around him, namely New York and Tel Aviv, he examines this familiar yet unknown environment with a conflicted gaze. His manipulated images create an aesthetic that shifts between photography, architecture, and graphic design, emphasizing color, shape, space, and time.
Curators:  Doron Altaratz and Sara Kopelman

Manofim site

24/10/2018 to 22/11/2018

Niv Rozenberg Homes
Niv Rozenberg Homes
Niv Rozenberg Homes
Niv Rozenberg Homes
Niv Rozenberg Homes

Shabtai Pinchevsky – “Gas, Stun, Smoke”

In his first solo exhibition, Shabtai Pinchevsky employs simulation and three-dimensional mapping tools in order to observe the architectural environment of Temple Mount/Haram esh-Sharif compound. Architecture is employed as a stage and a main tool in the violent confrontations between Palestinians and the Israeli security forces at the place. Photographs from these confrontations are circulated on social media, from which emerge new images of Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock. The digital rendering, usually used in order to envision the architectural future, is used in this case to reconstruct the present and the past, and to produce the images of this compound as it may be remembered in the future.
Curator: Doron Altaratz

Shabtai Pinchevsky site
Manofim site

15/10/2017 to 23/11/2017

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Yoav Horesh – PerSlovak 2.0

New exhibition of interactive media-based on traditional photography.
Yoav Horesh invites the viewer to create possible portraits using digital technology based on 55 portraits of his family members taken in a large format camera. The exhibition “PerSlovak 2.0” debates historical, cultural and ethnical elements inherent in the term “Melting Pot” while exploring personal history, identity and ethnicity.
The exhibition is in two parts: “Physiognomy” which will review and will consist of assembling
and disassembling the features and characteristics of the artist’s family; And the “Endless
Interior” which will explore their private spaces via panoramic videos.
Curator: Doron Altaratz

Manofim site

15/10/2015 to 23/11/2015

Yoav Horesh Perslovak 2
Yoav Horesh Perslovak 2
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yoav horesh perslovak 2.0
Yoav Horesh – PerSlovak 2.0
Yoav Horesh – PerSlovak 2.0

Guy Itzhaki – Lexicon

Guy Yitzhaki’s solo exhibition, ״Lexicon״, provokes questions regarding identity, surveillance and the archive.
The Photographic Communications gallery of the Hadassah Academic College is acting as a lab for building a visual database. Images taken of the gallery visitors are repositioned in the gallery’s space via projection. By analysis and cataloging, face recognition technology is using the data to define personality characteristics.
Curator: Doron Altaratz

Manofim site

Opening: 23.10.14 19:00 till: 22.11.14

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גיא יצחקי לקסיקון אוצר דורון אלטרץ
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גיא יצחקי לקסיקון אוצר דורון אלטרץ
גיא יצחקי לקסיקון אוצר דורון אלטרץ

Snack On Art show 149 – experimental video art show.

NYC Public television channel show about art.

OrganicUrbanic
Video and Music by Ran Slavin
Sound Editing and Mixing by
Ran Slavin and Itzik Cohen

Germany
RGB project
Video by Gal Tushia
Music by Gal Tushia, David Ovadia

‘warsnog (in a vacuum)’
Video by Joshua Goldberg
Audio by Habitrail

PEEP DELISH
by VJ MIIXXY

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29 Min.

snack on art 149
snack on art 149
snack on art 149
snack on art 149

Snack On Art show 142 – experimental video art show

NYC Public television channel show about art.

GEESE (excerpt)
a video piece by Adam Kendall
music by Vortex
(Satoshi Takeishi and Shoko Nagai)

Suite Vivaldi
FORWARD MOTION THEATER

After The Quake
Video by Doron Altaratz
AKA VJ SPuTNiK
Audio by Peter Lasell

subcarrier performance excerpt
Andy Graydon and Giles Hendrix

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28 Min.

snack on art 142
snack on art 142
snack on art 142
snack on art 142

Compact-Impact Night is a new media and design exhibition that promotes the latest ideas and creations in technology and places them in the Japanese design and technology store Compact-Impact for public view. The idea is to encourage new media artists, designers and technologists to create works beyond the prototyping phase and to give them an outlet for presenting their works to the public; be it art, installation, interior design, product design, space design, web, toys, video manipulation, games, or music.

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