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Alona Rodeh was born in 1979 in Israel and is based in Tel Aviv. Her diverse practice relies on a wide range of media, constructing time-based installations often described as “performance without performers.” Graduating from Bezalel Academy of Art’s MFA program (2009), including exchange studies at RCA, London, Rodeh was h onored  with the following awards, among others: BM:UKK AIR, Vienna (2011), Young Artist Prize (2011) and Artist-Teacher Prize (2009), both from the Israeli Ministry of Culture; and Artis (2012) and Outset grants (2012, 2013). Rodeh has exhibited at the 54th Venice Biennial; The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; and Plug In ICA, Canada, and has presented commissioned projects at the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon; Herzliya Museum of Art; and Petach Tikva Museum of Art, among others. In September 2013, Rodeh will embark on a year-long residency at Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin.

Saturday, June 8th at 8:00pm an artist talk with Alona Rodeh

Selected Press:

Galia Yahav, Haaretz, 8.5.2013

MixTube, Haaretz, 10.5.2013

Vardit Gross, 7 nights, 10.5

Timeout, 2.5

Gideon Ofrat, 17.5

Sara Peguine, Oh-So-Arty, 23.6

The exhibition is supported by Mifal Ha’Pais

An exhibition catalogue with texts by CCA’s curator Chen Tamir and a conversation between Roy Brand and Alona Rodeh is available for sale – here.

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