Living and working in Tel Aviv, Noam Dover and Michal Cederbaum collaborate to the extreme. Coming from different fields of design and often working with other artists and designers, their creative dialogue strives to be a broad and multidisciplinary one.
Together, their work has so far spanned furniture and hand-made objects, scenography, interior design, graphic design and street art.
They are engaged in questioning the traditional boundaries between design, crafts and production; fusing techniques and materials; looking for ways in which design can be soulful; and hoping to create objects that reveal both their essence and the process of making.
In his work, along his profound concern with concept and text as fundaments of the creative process, he is constantly engaged in questioning the traditional boundaries between design, crafts and production. Dover’s work is multidisciplinary at its core: interior design ,scenography, furniture and hand-made objects are all part of his works’ scope. It varies in scale, techniques and materials.
Graduate of the Bezalel Academy for Arts and Design, Industrial Design Department, 2003. Member of the Zik Group for visual art since 2001. Teaches at the Bezalel Academy for Arts and Design, Jerusalem, Industrial Design Department.
Amongst his works: Urban installation design in Jerusalem, competition, 1st prize (2010), visual concept and scenography for ‘Orlando’ (2008-2009), furniture and exhibition design for Tel-Hai Historical Museum (2005-2006), interior design for David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem (2004-2005), scenography for ‘Terminal’ (2005-2006), scenography for ‘Death in Slippers’ (2004) and numerous ceramic, wood and glass vessels.
Her work flows between various fields and subjects, and has so far span graphic design; various crafts; street art; curating; and cultural-theoretical writing.
Graduate of the Bezalel Academy for Arts and Design, Visual Communication Department, 2004. Teaches at the Wizo Design Acamedy, Haifa, Graphic Design Department.
Amongst her works: Urban installation design in Jerusalem, competition, 1st prize (2010), projections for ‘Orlando’ (2008-2009), curator of the Israeli exhibition at the 11th Architecture Biennale, Venice, Italy (2007-2008), graphic design for the Tel-Hai Historical Museum (2005-2006), text design for the Lodz Ghetto memorial, Lodz, Poland (2004), ‘Hearts and Street Signs’ in Tel Aviv (2004-ongoing).