Naama Roth (b. 1989, Israel), lives and works in Tel-Aviv and Brussels. She earned her BFA Degree from Shenkar Academy of Art and Design (2015), and her MFA from LUCA school of arts, Brussels (2019). In her work, Roth is interested in the deconstruction of images and the way we perceive them in a digital age, dominated by screens.
Roth was awarded the Lior Ziv prize (2012), Margaret and Sylvan Adams prize for young artist (2019) and received a grant from the Rabinovich Foundation 2018. Roth has exhibited two solo shows and has been in group shows in Europe and in Israel.
The Headstander, light-box, mixed media, 103×95 cm, 2020
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