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01/11/2021
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28/02/2022
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The program ֿwelcomes artists from all disciplines for a stay of one to two months at the Center for Digital Arts. The center will provide guests with workshops and professional assistance to artists and researchers from different fields in order to make the most of the potential that lies in the connection between contemporary art, social practice, technology and research. Participants are invited to develop a new piece or body of work, while using the center’s various platforms: the music room and radio station, Max Machines and Crafts lab, the center’s archive, exhibition spaces, printing room and more, with professional guidance from the center’s staff.

In addition to developing a personal project, the program will incorporate community activity with people from the Jesse Cohen neighborhood where the center is located. Work that integrates community is a key component of the center’s activity. Within the context of committing to a weekly community activity, program participants can choose one of the existing projects and act within it or formulate new actions in collaboration with the local community. 

 

The artists participating in the program are:

 

Riky Elkayam

Graduate of the Beit Berl College of Arts in photography and video (2008). Riky is a fiber artist, specializing in wool and textile work, who creates soft sculpture as well such as two-dimensional surfaces.Her work is inspired by ancient-traditional crafts, the animal world and nature, with special focus on living material and the body. The connection between the wild, animal world and humans, and the female body in particular is at the center of Elkayam’s artistic work. 

Riky teaches in the studio and is a co-creater of the podcast “Pottot HaPotcast” which explores the artwork of women through astrology and biography.

 

Bezalel Ben-Chaim

Ben-Chaim has a bachelor’s degree from “Bezalel” in Jerusalem, and is a graduate of the continuing education art program at the Beit Berl College of Art. He was selected for the artists’ incubator as part of the “Fresh Paint” art fair in 2020 and has exhibited extensively in Israel and abroad. Bezalel uses photography in order to ask questions about memory, truth, trauma, and culture and to express how the constant struggle between light and quiet, the future and shadow, sun and longing, is what sculpts us all and this place where we live.

In his work he often revisits the desert, photographs the conflict of man in nature, and looking in vain for dusty memories lost in time.

 

Avraham Harush

Harush is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design MFA in Jersualem, with a bachelor’s degree in photography from the WIZO Haifa Academy of Design. His work has been exhibited in various galleries in Israel.

Harush’s work examines the representations of materials, objects and texts in poltical and cultural contexts. His work makes different sculpural use of familiar materials and in so doing reveals abstract attributes of the material. His work interrogates the role of the audience through sculpture, installations, and interactive videos.

 

Dana Venezia

A visual artist and filmmaker. She creates hybrid documentaries, exploring the liminal boundary of fiction/non-fiction narratives. Her works deal with belief mechanisms, control, authorship and communication; evoking the constant quest for truth. Venezia holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from Tel Aviv University and a Masters in Fine Arts from the Royal College of Arts in London. Venezia’s films have been screened in museums, galleries and film festivals worldwide.  She recently finished her year long residency at the Jan Van Eyck Academy in The Netherlands. 

 

Faye Shapiro

A singer, composer and multidisciplinary artist, Faye’s work explores sound and listening as material, tools and models for forms of being, radical connection and personal and collective healing. This includes recordings, site specific performances and community ceremonies. 

Faye created ‘Plexus’ — a space for sounds to be revealed — and is a founding partner in both the “Abra Ensemble” and the “Guy Ben Hinnom Choir”. She put out the album “Elef Neshikot” and two other mini albums, “Sharash” and “Faye and Einsof — Live at Musrara Mix”.

 

Jonathan Ron

A multidisciplinary artist and theater creator, Ron has a bachelor’s degree in theater and teaching from the Seminar Hakibbutzim and a Master’s degree in art from Bezalel’s MFA program. 

He has presented in: “Loving Art. Making Art,” the Akko Festival, “Rega Ehad” and the “Talui Bamakom” festival.

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Artist Residency

The Residency program is Supported by the Pais Council for Arts and Culture

The program ֿwelcomes artists from all disciplines for a stay of one to two months at the Center for Digital Arts. The center will provide guests with workshops and professional assistance to artists and researchers from different fields in order to make the most of the potential that lies in the connection between contemporary art, social practice, technology and research. Participants are invited to develop a new piece or body of work, while using the center’s various platforms: the music room and radio station, Max Machines and Crafts lab, the center’s archive, exhibition spaces, printing room and more, with professional guidance from the center’s staff.

In addition to developing a personal project, the program will incorporate community activity with people from the Jesse Cohen neighborhood where the center is located. Work that integrates community is a key component of the center’s activity. Within the context of committing to a weekly community activity, program participants can choose one of the existing projects and act within it or formulate new actions in collaboration with the local community. 

 

The artists participating in the program are:

 

Riky Elkayam

Graduate of the Beit Berl College of Arts in photography and video (2008). Riky is a fiber artist, specializing in wool and textile work, who creates soft sculpture as well such as two-dimensional surfaces.Her work is inspired by ancient-traditional crafts, the animal world and nature, with special focus on living material and the body. The connection between the wild, animal world and humans, and the female body in particular is at the center of Elkayam’s artistic work. 

Riky teaches in the studio and is a co-creater of the podcast “Pottot HaPotcast” which explores the artwork of women through astrology and biography.

 

Bezalel Ben-Chaim

Ben-Chaim has a bachelor’s degree from “Bezalel” in Jerusalem, and is a graduate of the continuing education art program at the Beit Berl College of Art. He was selected for the artists’ incubator as part of the “Fresh Paint” art fair in 2020 and has exhibited extensively in Israel and abroad. Bezalel uses photography in order to ask questions about memory, truth, trauma, and culture and to express how the constant struggle between light and quiet, the future and shadow, sun and longing, is what sculpts us all and this place where we live.

In his work he often revisits the desert, photographs the conflict of man in nature, and looking in vain for dusty memories lost in time.

 

Avraham Harush

Harush is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design MFA in Jersualem, with a bachelor’s degree in photography from the WIZO Haifa Academy of Design. His work has been exhibited in various galleries in Israel.

Harush’s work examines the representations of materials, objects and texts in poltical and cultural contexts. His work makes different sculpural use of familiar materials and in so doing reveals abstract attributes of the material. His work interrogates the role of the audience through sculpture, installations, and interactive videos.

 

Dana Venezia

A visual artist and filmmaker. She creates hybrid documentaries, exploring the liminal boundary of fiction/non-fiction narratives. Her works deal with belief mechanisms, control, authorship and communication; evoking the constant quest for truth. Venezia holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from Tel Aviv University and a Masters in Fine Arts from the Royal College of Arts in London. Venezia’s films have been screened in museums, galleries and film festivals worldwide.  She recently finished her year long residency at the Jan Van Eyck Academy in The Netherlands. 

 

Faye Shapiro

A singer, composer and multidisciplinary artist, Faye’s work explores sound and listening as material, tools and models for forms of being, radical connection and personal and collective healing. This includes recordings, site specific performances and community ceremonies. 

Faye created ‘Plexus’ — a space for sounds to be revealed — and is a founding partner in both the “Abra Ensemble” and the “Guy Ben Hinnom Choir”. She put out the album “Elef Neshikot” and two other mini albums, “Sharash” and “Faye and Einsof — Live at Musrara Mix”.

 

Jonathan Ron

A multidisciplinary artist and theater creator, Ron has a bachelor’s degree in theater and teaching from the Seminar Hakibbutzim and a Master’s degree in art from Bezalel’s MFA program. 

He has presented in: “Loving Art. Making Art,” the Akko Festival, “Rega Ehad” and the “Talui Bamakom” festival.

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

The Residency program is Supported by the Pais Council for Arts and Culture

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