Most of my works combine Color theory and interactivity.
I often include the viewer in the concept of each work.
Colors interactions are made in the studio and give life to installation artwork for exhibitions, events, and private collection.
More than that, Art must be seen in a place where you can move around and consider it as a Third or fourth body.
In each installation, I layer my ideas to verify a theory, about colors, interactions, or human behavior.
Alba, moebius, working on RGB gradient interactions with impossible geometry and rotation.
twisting social code of live status and color spectrum to show the good side of life.
Using fibonnaci sequence as pattern of composition and creating color spectrum for each sculpture on primary and secondary colors.
Color studies around Raymond Penrose impossible triangle in 3D using a new color theory and RG lights
Language and typography influence my work. After living in 3 different countries, learning new languages, and adapting to new cultures I had to take a pause (comma)
After the work of Josef Albers, applying rules of halation around circles in 2D and 3D.
The climate crisis is a big concern in my work. After collecting metrics about CO2 and science facts, I was able to translate facts in abstract mural painting for a commission Artwork in Tel Aviv.
Observing human and animal behavior toward each other and thinkinf about interactions and relation with space and light.
Architecture is fun. I thought about the isometric system and organic structures. I also wanted to combine a new color scheme that was with organic colors and halation and complementary colors.
Escher's legacy is amazing. After studying his work, and a new color theory, I thought let's play around and add reductive art rules.
Israeli culture is full of subculture and a mix of beliefs and superstitions.
playing with codes and colors