Hadar Mitz (b.1989) is a multidisciplinary artist, with a BFA in Art and Education from Hamidrasha School of Art at Beit Berl (2014). Her works stand squarely in the tension between nature as we experience it and the human attempt to force order and definitions on it. In her view, the human desire to catalog the infinite nature is always a failure. In her installations, videos and photographs Mitz seeks different perspectives about our relationships with nature, trying to find the similarities between us and other beings-plants and animals.
Mitz was awarded the America-Israel Foundation grant (2014-2015) and the Rabinovich Foundation grant (2018). Her work has been exhibited internationally in galleries such as Pcp gallery (France), Haihatus Gallery (Finland) and HIT Gallery (Slovakia), and has been featured in many group exhibitions. Mitz has been invited to several residency programs including Cité Internationale des Arts in France, Art & Architecture in Arad, Israel, Est Nord Est in Canada, and Nes in Iceland.
A Party in the Bedroom for One Person 2, photography, 60×40 cm, 2020
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