Psychic TV: Dreams Less Sweet

Screening at the BAM Founded by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge following the break-up of pioneering group Throbbing Gristle, Psychic TV is, in Genesis’ words, “a video group who does music, unlike a music group which makes music videos.” Boasting a distinctive blend of dance and industrial music, the band gathered 47 artists to contribute to the filmed version […]

List of Exhibitions & Screenings

Exhibitions & Screenings 2014 – like-plea syndrome, VIDEO+ video art exhibit, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion, Tel-Aviv Museum 2014 – MFA Haifa University final exhibit at Haifa & Tel-Aviv 2014 – Hearat Shulayem, Jesus Hilfe, group show, Jerusalem 2014 – Hecht Museum, interacting with the collection, group show, Haifa 2014 – Dreams less sweet screening, BAM, NYC […]

DMTV3 at Cinefamily   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   ///////   DMTV, the roving experimental/psychedelic/abstract animation festival curated by the fine folks at Portland’s Floating World Comics, comes to the Cinefamily to present the third eye-opening installment of its merry-go-wound-up madness. As its festivaleers say: “The emphasis is on non-commercial work. We seek pure vision. Some of the films push […]

Haifa hag fest

Haifa Hag program שם שלושת הציורים בצד שמאל audio files from the exhibit: Pikud Haoref [Home front command] tape for the blind, preparation for missile attack.  2 x 30 sec edits [i do not own the rights for this recording]

PRISM Break Up @ Eye Beam, NYC Oct. 4 – Oct. 12 [2013]

  Exposing the powers that control, observing the CCTVs monitoring our life, Guantanamo or a local [Israeli] military training facility, the censorship of released FBI documents turns to a physical urban structure, fermenting the scope of control & information reduction.   [Created for the Psychic TV / Genesis P-Orridge retrospective to be held at the Warhol Museum, Pittsburg.]

Nahal Mearot group show

Nahal Me’arot Nature Reserve is a site of human evolution at Mount Carmel in Haifa, the site was proclaimed as universal value by UNESCO in 2012. The site indicates the prehistoric man’s settlements and unique evidence of a first burial. These frames are taken from the short film Nahal Me’arot UNESCO World Heritage Site, 06:40, 2013.  […]