Alona Rodeh

Alona Rodeh is a visual artist based in Tel Aviv and Berlin. Rooted in sculpture, large-scale, often room-spanning installations that combine light, movement and sound are in the core of the artists practice. Her work is fueled by interest in the qualities of materials and technologies that shape our visual and sonic urban environment. In particular, her ongoing meta-titled “Safe and Sound” (2014-) project explores histories of off-the-shelf reflective, phosphorus and illumination technologies. Holding an MFA from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, her large-scale works have been shown in museums and institutions such as Kunstpalais Erlangen, Salzburger Kunstverein, PlugIn ICA Winnipeg, Tel Aviv Museum, CCA Tel Aviv and others; Various temporary and permanent public art were commissions by Berlin and Tel Aviv municipalities; performances include among others: Transmediale Festival Berlin, Zacheta National Gallery, Warsaw. Artist residencies included a unique year-long residency at the Berlin and Tel Aviv Fire Brigade (via ZK/U Berlin), Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin, Dale Art Center, Norway.