I was born in Israel (1995). My works are feminist narratives in which I use fantastic and mythological elements to question my personal, social and political identities and memories. The works often reflect the past in form and content, while suggesting a crucial connection to the future, as if it were a remembrance of the future. Immigration, the Jewish diaspora, collective memory, and the body as narrative elements are important in my work.
My artistic perspective is informed by my own immigrant background: I grew up in the U.S. and Israel before moving to Germany on my own, and I am a hybrid of Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jewish parents. My work so far is a multimedia mix of text, installation, audio, video, collage, and photography; I use the medium that best fits the concept of the project.