Alfred, NY, United States
Gali Greenspan, born in Jerusalem, lives and works in Alfred, NY. Greenspan is a multidisciplinary artist works in video, sculpture, installations, digital prints and ceramics. In her works she questions human expectation for coherent order and narrative. She uses cross overs between media to investigate patterns and materiality, and apply natural mundane imagery onto real and virtual architectural elements.
Gali holds BFA and MFA (Cum Laude) from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem. Gali presented solo and group exhibitions in Israel and around the world including at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Print Screen Festival for digital art and culture, Jerusalem Museum and curatorial projects, including Fosdick Nelson Gallery at Alfred University, NY.
She is a former member of Hanina – a collectively owned non-profit gallery in Tel Aviv, and an editorial member for the Israeli journal 1280∞c Magazine for Material Culture. Was a faculty at Bezalel Academy for Art and Design, Orthodox branch and Thelma Yellin High School for the Arts.
Awarded grants and support from NFCT (New Foundation for Cinema and Television), AIDA Association of Israel’s Decorative Arts , AICF (Sharet creative excellency), Bezalel Academy MFA excellency award, Romi Shapiro award for Judaica. Was artist in residencies at Signal Culture, Owego NY, Institute for Electronic Arts, Alfred, NY and Penland School of Craft, NC and Alma Collage for Hebrew Culture Tel Aviv Fellowship. Her works are included in collection such as the Israeli Parliament collection.