Visual Arts

About Merav Ezer Shniderman

Merav Ezer is a multidisciplinary artist. Ezer draws inspiration from sources like movable architecture, transitional spaces. Her work engages the concepts of displacement, impermanence, and home while envisioning modern permutations of nomadic shelters.

Her interactive performances explore the boundaries between private and public, inside and outside spaces. Ezer has participated in New York and international exhibitions. Her work has been shown at the Andy Warhol Factory(2004), Hendershot Gallery (2009), the Cypress Video Art Festival(2006), Williamsburg Video Art (2005), Scope New York(2007), and the Abington Arts center (2009), among other venues. Her work received favorable reviews in such periodicals as Sculpture Magazine(2009), The Journal of International Woman Studies (2007), The Jewish Press (2006). Ezer participate in several residencies such as; Santa Fe Art Institute, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the Experimental Television Center (ETC), and was awarded the Finishing Funds award in 2007 for her work Air Condition. Ezer received her BEd degree from Beth–Berl College in Israel, and her MFA from SUNY Purchase. Her first book, Second Skin, was published in 2009.

Merav Ezer Shniderman

Visual Arts
Drawing & Painting, Multimedia, Performance Art, Sculpture, Video Art

Brooklyn, New York, United States