2014
Workshop: Fixing Electrical Devices through Observation
9/12 - 9/12
Artist Talk with Becky Mayner
9/12 - 9/12
Artist in the Community ”Tzzazit”
1/10 - 1/9
Fine Mechanics
10/9 - 17/1
HaTanaim 11/6
10/9 - 17/1
New Reader: C.H.O.S.E.N

FabLabIL - Open Lab


Six Swimming Pool behind Broken Glass
Opening: Thursday, December 4. 7:30pm.
We are pleased to invite you to the opening event of a project by artist Tanja Lažetić, Six Swimming Pool behind Broken Glass.
The project was made during Lažetić’s residency at the Center for Digital Art, and it refers to the canonic work by Edward Ruscha, Nine Swimming Pools and a Broken Glass.

Workshop: Fixing Electrical Devices through Observation
Tuesday, December 9, 5pm
A workshop by artist Avi Milgrom, taking place as part of a series of events in the exhibition Fine Mechanics.
During the workshop, we will use methods from the field of drawing in order to try and fix simple electrical devices. 
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Fine Mechanics is an exhibition marking the foundation of an artists group that will operate within a creative research framework in the FabLabIL. The exhibition will present practices and approaches towards the use of technology as well as critic in the works of the group members.
Participating artists: Yael Frank, Tzion Abraham Hazan, Uri Katzenstein, Avi and Mika Milgrom, Meir Tati and Søren Dahlgaard, Tzzazit (Eili Levy and Uri Levinson).
Curators: Eyal Danon, Udi Edelman. 

Artist Talk with Becky Mayner at the exhibition Ha’Tanaim 11/6
Tuesday, December 9, 7pm
We are pleased to invite you to an artist talk with Becky Mayner at her solo exhibition "Ha’Tanaim 11/6".
She will speak with the exhibition curator Eyal Danon about her work process and the relation of her works to her childhood in Jessy Cohen neighborhood. More Details>>

Ha’Tanaim 11/6 is the first solo exhibition by artist Becky Mayner, documenting through collages Jessy Cohen neighborhood, where she grew up in the sixties.
Curators: Eyal Danon, Udi Edelman. 

New Reader: C.H.O.S.E.N
C.H.O.S.E.N has been published as part of a series of contemporary art readers by the Israeli Center for Digital Art.  Edited by: Galit Eilat and Aneta Szyłak.