Uri Zamir was born in 1993 in Tel Aviv. He is an artist and stage designer. Uri received his BFA from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. In 2019 he was awarded the cooper prize from bezalel and an honors fellowship from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation and was supported by the Rabinowitz Foundation in 2020. His body of work is composed of sculpture, performance, and video installation, wherein myth, space, and theater are central motifs. Among the exhibitions and stage design in which he partook, are the “Beautiful as the Seven Worlds” performance at the Jewish Museum in Munich; the Print Screen Festival in Holon; the Nightlight Festival in Tel Aviv; the “Name Drop” performance at the Cameri Theatre of Tel Aviv; “Efes Homo-Meniac” at Habait Theatre; “Six Reasons to Leave” at the Nissan Nativ Acting Studio; and 12 hours in the 30th Century Festival, at the Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv.