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Tamar Schori - 972-54-4560136

1965 – Year of birth. Lives and works in Tel-Aviv, Jaffa

Education

1991 B.F.A. in Fine Art
The Bezalel Academy of art, Jerusalem, Israel
Student exchange program - S.V.A, New York, USA

Selected Projects and events

2007

Susurrus, an interactive installation, part of the digital landscapes in Israeli Art, The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel

2006

  • Studio Visit, group show at Exit Art Gallery, NY, January-March 2006
  • Wabbit, an interactive video installation, Launched at "heara 10", curated by Salamanca at the Science Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, February 06 (Ronen Leibman – video inserts, Amir Markowitz - micro-controllers and Yair Reshef - Jitter programming)
  • 'Beadgee', FILE – Electronic Language International Festival, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March-April 2006
  • Oodlala Multilingual at THAILAND NEW MEDIA ARTS FESTIVAL 2006 [May 2006 edition] Annual International Summit on Creativity in Multimedia & Communication  Bangkok 02-04 MAY, 2006
  • Oodlala Multilingual, Eighth International Digital Art Exhibit and Colloquium (VIII Salón y Coloquio Internacional de Arte Digital). The Digital Art Exhibit, June 19, 2006

2004-05

  • 'Beadgee'
  • at no/copy/right net exhibition by www.no-org.net
  • 'Beadgee' received an honorable mention in netarts.org 2005 competition - the Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Japan
  • 'Beadgee' at FILE - Electronic Language International Festival, Sau Paulo, Brasil 1-20/11/05
  • 'Beadgee' at: no/copy/right net exhibition by www.no-org.net
  • and at: http://drunkenboat.com/db7/
    • www.oodlala.net Onsite:
      Public_media_space - Media Art Festival,
      Yerevan, Armenia, from July 23rd to August 1st, 2004
    • FILE - Electronic Language International Festival, Sau Paulo, Brasil
      Nov. 22-Dec. 12 04
    • 18th Stuttgarter Filmwinter, Germany, December 2004
    • 'Oodlala multilingual" launched at "Public works" exhibition, Jerusalem 08-05

    2004-05

    'Beadgee'
    - at no/copy/right net exhibition by www.no.org.net
    - 'Beadgee' received an honourable mention in netarts.org 2005 competition - the Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Japan
    - 'Beadgee' at FILE - Electronic Language International Festival, Sau Paulo, Brasil 1-20/11/05

    'Memolog', a net.art project is launched at "TerrorVision", Exit Art Gallery, New York, USA, May/July 04

    'Oodlala', a net art project is Featured in:

    Onsite:
    Public_media_space - Media Art Festival, Yerevan, Armenia
    July 23rd - August 1st, 2004

    FILE - Electronic Language International Festival, Sau Paulo, Brasil
    Nov. 22-Dec. 12 04

    Filmwinter.de - 18th STUTTGARTER FILMWINTER, Stuttgart, Germany
    January 17 - Feb. 13, 2005

    'Oodlala-multilingual', a multilingual version of www.oodlala.net
    on site at: "Public Works" exhibition, Jerusalem, Israel

    Online:
    Data/reference/art curated by no-org.net

    In the framework of [R][R][F] 2004* -->XP- the global networking project Oodlala is exhibited both online and onsite:

    I-Ocean
    // Netart from all Asia & Pacific area
    Electronic Art Meeting - PEAM 2004 - Pescara, Italy May 04
    BASICS Festival Salzburg, Austria - May 04
    Vi salon y coloquio internacional de arte digital, Havanna, Cuba, June 04
    International Festival of New Film and New Media Split, Croatia, July 04
    West Coast Numusic & Electronic Arts Festival Stavanger, Norway 8-04
    Biennale of Electronic Art Perth, Australia, Sept. - Nov. 04
    1st International Exhibit of Digital Art - ORILLA#04 - Museum of Contemporary Art/Foro Universitario Santa Fe, Argentina, Nov. 04
    404 - Electronic Art Festival at Juan B. Castagnino Art Museum, Rosario, Argentina, Nov. 04

    * The show is realized and organized by Agricola de Cologne for JavaMuseum - Forum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art

    2003
    - "Beadgee" - net art project, winner of the "art of the narrative" competition held by Impakt - Holand. Participated in Impakt festival
    http://www.tamar-schori.net/beadgee/beadgee.html
    - "Abyss" - Video loop, Herzelia museum, Israel
    - "Aesthetics and Visualization in Chemistry" by HYLE - International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry - Virtual Exhibition and CD - University of San Francisco - http://www.hyle.org/art/cia/

    2001-2
    - Art forum, Berlin, Gremany
    - "Vitalia-II" – Explora, Kalisher Gallery, Israel
    - Nyfa Fyscal foundation NY – Schori was selected to be represented by them

    2000
    - Gut aufgelegt, Griffelkunst, Kunsthaus, Hamburg, Germany - images
    - “Vitalia”, Installation, CYNET Art 00, Dresden, Germany
    - The Vera, Silvia and Arturo Schwarz collection of contemporary art
    Tel Aviv Museum, Tel-Aviv, Israel

    1999
    "Vitalia"; an air-inflated installation; includes a multimedia operated system; made of ink-jet printed plastic sheets of simulated inner-body artificial imagery.
    - Art Statements, Art/30/Basel, Basel, Swiss
    - Fotohof Gallery, Salzburg, Austria (one person show)
    - Chelouche Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel – generated images
    - The first International trianala, Haifa Museum, Haifa, Israel

    1998
    - "Leube" Foundation, Artists in residency, Salzburg, Austria
    - “Theme of Variations”, ACP Gallery, Salzburg, Austria
    - “Hachmi collection – 90 years of Israeli art”, Tel Aviv Museum of art

    1997
    "The Delight of Deception"; part of the “Remote Connections” exhibition; curator: Amnon Barzel. Installation designated to passage ways; includes web transmission and 3d computerized generated landscape modeled to create a passage way.

    Exhibited at:
    - Waino Alto Museum, Turko, Finland.
    - "The Holiday of Holidays" festival, Beit HaGefen, Haifa, Israel

    "Geochronus Metalika"; an out door sculpture – a cube eliminated by 3d computerized generated archaeological scenery that obscured its features.

    Exhibited at:
    - Eretz-Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel

    1996-7
    "The Chant of the Dying Flesh"; part of the “Remote Connections” exhibition; curator: Amnon Barzel. Installation, Mixed media, including large ink-jet plastic sheets with 3d computerized generated imagery and real life sculptures

    Exhibited at:
    - Neue Galerie, Graz, Austria, during the Steriche Herbst festival
    - Art Focus, International Biennale, Jerusalem, Israel
    - Nikolaj Center, Copenhagen, Denmark

    Collections
    Hachmi Collection, Israel (Phoenix art collection, Israel)
    The Arturo Schwarz collection of contemporary art, Israel
    The Leube foundation collection, Austria