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Merav Ezer
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Williamsburg

ARTIST STATEMENT: I am inspired by architectural spaces. In my work, I explore how space influences human behavior and interaction. I address issues of mobility across both conceptual and physical dimensions. I am interested in how spatial awareness can contribute to and shape people’s experiences and influence their social interactions. I seek to challenge people's perceptions and to elicit thoughtful reactions through modifications and examinations of space. I explore the necessity of and quest for home by designing portable architectures and transitional environments. While several environments serve as architectural blueprints that aim to mark a space, others address my concerns using physical objects. All of my projects operate with a sense of ephemerality. My works have a minimal aesthetic. This choice reflects my understanding of the nomadic mindset, informed as it is by the limited baggage nomads carry. Therefore the environments I create usually contain very select materials, a limitation that stands in opposition to the consumer abundance which dominates sedentary cultures. The spaces I create lack domestic warmth because they don’t belong to anyone: they function on both personal and impersonal levels. My work engages this opposition and interplay as a complex symbol for ‘home’..

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Merav Ezer
Live and works in Brooklyn NY

Walking A Fine Line, Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery, Purchase College NY
Abington Art Center Museum, Solo Show series, Jenkintown, PA
Pgartventure Gallery, Larchmont, NY
Home Base Project, Brooklyn based artists exploring notions of Home, Brooklyn NY

Quito 2nd Video art Festival, Nov 14, 2013, Quito, Ecuador.
IDEAS CITY Festival, StreetFest at the NEW MUSEUM in New York City public art performance, May 4, 2013
Art in Odd Places Festival 2013: Number, public art performance, curated by
Radhika Subramaniam, October 2013
Home Affairs, Cinetoro film festival , Columbia, October 31, 2012
Aspect of Love, video art compilation, Artists' House, March 7, 2012,Tel Aviv, Israel
CINETORO experimental film festival, Santiago cinemas,Cartago, Colombia.
Frontera Sur Gallery, Cali, Colombia.
IVAHM12-Video Festival, Madrid, Spain
IVAHM12 -Video Festival,Galicia, Spain
Homemade 4 La Casa Encendida, Madrid, curated by Liliana Orbach
Homemade 4 The Centro de Cultura Antiguo Instituto, Gijón,curated by Liliana Orbach
Urban Legend, Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn curated by Leonora Loeb
Loop 4-Barcelona Festival, Hotel Catalonia Ramblas, curated by Liliana Orbach
Timely –Tel Aviv, curated by Liliana Orbach
Five Alive, Group show Monya Rowe Gallery, NY
Mobile Archive, Stacion Center for Contemporary Art, Prishtina, Kosoves
ARCHITECTURALLY.../ works on architecture and space, Hendershot Gallery, New York, NY
Faux show, group show, Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery, Purchase College NY
Trampoline Urban Screens, Glastonbury Festival, UK
The Color of My Room, group show, Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery, Purchase College NY
Finalist for the inaugural exhibition, Spring 2009, Black & White gallery, Brooklyn NY
2nd annual artXposium,West Chicago City Museum, West Chicago, IL
Do Billboard’s Dream of Electric Screens? The Citizen & These Four Walls curated by Miles Chalcraft and Anette Schäfer, Melbourne, Australia
Our Man in Havana: The Vacuum Cleaner in Art, Curated by Emma Wilcox, Aferro Gallery, NJ
Do Billboards Dream of Electric screens, Nottingham Royal Center, Manchester,Derby UK
Scope NY, Lincoln Center, NYC
The New Jersey City Museum: Jersey City, NJ
The Pioneer Theater: East Village, NY
Woods Hole Film Festival: Woods Hole, MA
Ten by Ten, Makor Artists in Residence, continuing program NY
1800FRAMES|Take3 , City Without Walls gallery , Dec-Jan, Newark, New Jersey
Rabbithole Studio, 10 Annual Dumbo Art Festival, Brooklyn, NY
Artevientiuno Gallery, Madrid, Spain
The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Archives, Holon, Israel
Bushwick Art Project, BAPLAB, 3rd Ward Brooklyn, NY
2nd Athens Video Festival, April 2006
1st Cyprus International Film Festival, March 2006
Eye Spy, Makor Multimedia Festival, Makor Theater, NY
Warren space gallery (part of the Dumbo art Festival), group show, NY NYC citywide open Studio
Two person show, Makor Gallery, New York, NY
Photograms, two-person show, Landscape, Williamsburg Brooklyn
New'05, Nurture art's Annual Benefit, Spike Gallery, New York, NY
Marking Time, Makor Gallery, group show, New York, NY
Destination Israel, Columbia University, group show, New York, NY
Reflection, group show, Nexus Projects gallery, New York, NY
Shoot, Dum Stuhltrager Gallery, Williamsburg Video Art festival, Brooklyn NY
The Bushwick Art Project, 20 hours of visual and aural performance art, Williamsburg,BKN
After the Light, group show, The Andy Warhol Factory, New York, NY
Baalil/ Evident, group show, Makor gallery, New York, NY
Elull's Art Auction, October 2004, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Vacuum Memories, Levontin, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Bench Art, Design tow benches display in the city of Tel- Aviv, Israel
In Front of the Closet: in the contemporary gallery “The Workshop.” Tel-Aviv, Israel
Café Ole: Group show in “Leo Café.” Tel-Aviv, Israel
Humanism 2020: Group show in the International Biennial for Sculpture, Ein-Hod,IL

Purchase College, Master in Fine Arts, 2010, Purchase, NY
Beit Berl College of the Arts, 1994-1998, Kafer-Saba, Israel. Bachelor of Arts& Art Education

School of Visual Art, New York, Continuing Education, spring 2006
Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, Ramat-Gan, Israel, Plastic design, spring 2004
School of Visual Art, New York, Continuing Education, fall 2001

Santa Fe Art Institute, 2009
Artis, Contemporary Israeli Art Fund, grant, 2009
Consulate General of Israel , Philadelphia Cultural Affairs, special grant, 2009
Purchase College Presidencial scholarship, 2008-2010
Artists Space, Artist of the month, February 2008
ETC, Electronic Center Residency program, Owego, NY, Nov 2007
VCCA, Virginia Arts Center, Residency program Nov-Dec 2007
Selected to Smack Mellon Gallery, Hot Picks 2007
The Experimental Television Center's, Finishing Funds award, supported by NYSCA, 2007
Makor, Artists in-Residence, continuing program, spring 2005, NY
Makor, Artists in-Residence, fall 2005, NY

-A Virtual 1-1 with December Artist of the Month Merav Ezer, by Aldrin Valdez,
Bric Contemporary Art, Brooklyn NY.
-Prichat Hamochot #23: Merav Ezer, New York, by Tamar Yogev, Erev Rav-
web based Art, Culture Magazine.
-The Topography of Being: A Conversation with Merav Ezer, by Paul Black, Sculpture Magazine, Vol 28 No. 7, September 2009
-Abington Art Center scores with four dynamic 'Solos', by: Joanne Holden – Correspondent,
March 11 2009, Montgomery newspapers, Philadelphia, PA
-Notes from Underground by Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle, Brooklyn Rail, June 2008
-No place like…by Anat Litwin, Zeek Journal of Thought and Culture, p 77-78 ,Fall/ Winter 2005
-Memories in Vacuum and Western Beach by Anat Litwin-Journal of International Women's
Studies, Vol 6 #2,6/05
-"Between Man and G-d and Art" by Menachem Wecker, Jewish Press, May 6, 2005
-"Breaking through the Vacuum" - Michal Daniel, Yediot America, - Jan 21, 2005
-"First Opportunity", Time-Out Tel-Aviv, August 12-19, 2004
-"Plastic Analysis, City Mouse Tel-Aviv, August 12-19, 2004
-"Young Jews, Meet art, art, meet charity",Jacob Berkman-Jewish Standard-Dec 24,2004
-"Relationships of relationships" - 11211 Magazine - Volume I, # 5&6, 2001
-"Israel - A Steady Course - Sara Hakkert"- World sculpture news, autumn 1997

Jersey city Museum, NJ, October 4, 2007

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