I was born and raised in Migdal HaEmek, a small peripheral town in the North of Israel. My heritage is Moroccan. In 2010 I started a four year program in Art and Photography at Minshar Academy for high arts and graduated with honors. I further enrolled at the Open University and graduated with Dean Honors in a B.A. in Social Studies and Humanities. Tel- Aviv allowed me to grow into a small micro cosmos that combines different religions, cultures and so much sexuality. Minshar gave me the platform to express my conflicts and influences in an aesthetic manner. My graduation exhibition named "KULU" (translated from Moroccan: everyone) is a hybridization experience between Oriental and western views, which reside indefinitely here in Israel, religion and sexuality, movement and silence, all this through the eyes of video and stills. My project received excellent reviews and coverage in the main art newspaper in Israel, "Gallery -Ha’aretz". In 2017 I graduated with honors the MFA program at Bezalel Academy of Arts, Jerusalem.
This project deals with oriental fetishism through video and stills.
The gap between fantasy and Fantasia
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