Tel Aviv, Israel
Ray-V [Revital Elkayam] is a contemporary Israeli-based video and performance artist. She began her career in 1990 following her graduation from the “Camera-Obscura” Film School in Tel Aviv.
Her practice spans a broad range of media, including video art and live visual performances, post-production, video editing, and motion graphic.
Ray-V’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries worldwide, including the prestigious Tate Britain museum in London, the Museum of the Book and the Language in Buenos Aires, the Tel Aviv Museum, and others. Her live international Video Art performances have garnered her two top-twenty rankings in DJMag’s Top Twenty VJs list, placing her among the top 20 most influential new media artists worldwide.
Tate Britain Museum UK 2010 “3 Step” Video Art as part of the “Quite Voice” Late at Tate.
Co-curator for the “Israel in Perspective” program
26. – 28. April 2013 ClipAward – 8th Edition -International Low & No Budget Short Film Festival, Mannheim Palace, Germany
3 steps – as part of selection of VII edition of Magmart, at 5th FIVAC, International video art festival, Camaguey – Cuba 2013.
The Museum of the Book and the Language – ‘FIVA’, a VideoArt Festival
National Library and Cultural Center Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tel-Aviv Museum Epos International Film Art fest 2012
Hayarkon 70 Gallery “3 Step Live” Audio Visual performance 2010
with composer Yehonatan Oppenheim
Visual Berlin Live performance and lecture at Visual Berlin Festival
“Salon des Refusés” “3 Step Live” Audio Visual performance Jaffa; with composer Yehonatan Oppenheim 2010
“Digital City” “3 Step” Video Art screening London, UK 2010
P.O.V Festival “3 Step” Video Art screening The Israeli photography Festival 2009
IN TRANSITos Festival, Berlin screening – selected video art work 2009
AVIT->C23 Berlin- Germany Live Visual Artists and New Media Convention
Live Video performance 2006
2008 DJMag- 15th place in DJMag Top 20 VJs ranking
2007 DJMag- 11th place in DJMag Top 20 VJs ranking
Teaching and Lecturing
“Visual in Real-time”: Curriculum development and lecture delivery for broadcast design courses at “Bezalel”, Jerusalem,
“Wizo”, Haifa, “Blich”, High School.
AVIT->c23, Berlin, Presentation at audio-visual conference.