Visual Arts

About Annabel Paran

Annabel Paran is a Jerusalem born interdisciplinary artist and performer, working across sculpture, performance, video and text.

Annabel explores sites of conflict as spaces of hybridity and transformation; in her works she attempts to make space for the coexistence of seemingly contradictory narratives embedded in situations of kinship and intimacy.

In 2020 Paran earned a BFA from Pratt Institute for Art and Design, majoring in sculpture and integrated practices. Honors for her achievements in Pratt include the Excellence in Academic Achievement Award, the Stutzman Foundation Sculpture award, President’s Honor List and merit-based scholarships.

Annabel is a member of The Moving Company performance art group since 2016, and a co-director since 2019. Selected performances with The Moving Company include shows at Pace University Art Gallery, Katonah Museum, NADA Art fair and Battery Park, NY, In 2015 Paran was a co-founder and artist in the independent art project ‘המפעל’ ‘Hamiffal,’ by nonprofit art collective Bait-Reck (“empty house”) in cooperation with the Jerusalem Municipality, Israel.

In 2021 Annabel’s conceptual writing piece was published in The Kitchen Magazine. Later that year Paran presented a performance piece exploring ouroboric life forms as a part of Essex Flowers Gallery winter and summer performance festivals, and showed sculptural and video work at Red Brick Space Gallery in Manhattan, NY.

Annabel Paran

Visual Arts
Digital Art / Multimedia, Sculpture, Video Art, Design & Technology

Jerusalem, Israel

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