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Liat Klein

Artist and Art-therapist, a graduate of the Bezalel academy of arts and design BFA program and MA in art therapy from Seminar Hakibutzim. Lives and works in Tel-Aviv.

The worlds of architecture and applied arts supply me with many sources. All of my works begin with specific references; the image develop and transform through a process of drawings resulting in variety of possible interpretations. The outcome is an abstracted version, but often retains a suggestion or essence of the initial source.

As part of my interest in the healing quality of the art making, I find myself drawn towards the aesthetic of ritualistic and ceremonial artifacts. However, I use primarily cheap, industrial materials in my work, as opposed to the materials used in culturally significant artifacts.

Artist and Art-therapist, a graduate of the Bezalel academy of arts and design BFA program and MA in art therapy from Seminar Hakibutzim. Lives and works in Tel-Aviv.

The worlds of architecture and applied arts supply me with many sources. All of my works begin with specific references; the image develop and transform through a process of drawings resulting in variety of possible interpretations. The outcome is an abstracted version, but often retains a suggestion or essence of the initial source.

As part of my interest in the healing quality of the art making, I find myself drawn towards the aesthetic of ritualistic and ceremonial artifacts. However, I use primarily cheap, industrial materials in my work, as opposed to the materials used in culturally significant artifacts.