Adi Fluman


Adi Fluman born 1987, Rishon LeZion, Israel. Lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel. Fluman’s work investigates the boundaries between representation and source, focusing on the transition from the concrete to the abstract. At first glance, her works appear to be three- dimensional, but in fact they are flat prints created through the manual and sisyphean digital ‘‘weaving’’ of tens of thousands of points that the artist connects to one another through 3D modeling computer software. This meticulous method she uses to create her ‘‘digital trompe l’oeil,’’ triggers the curiosity of the viewer. In sheer contrast with the fast pace usually devoted to today’s consumption of images, especially digital, Fluman’s work creates moments of disorienting contemplation. Her works deal with the power of material objects and their capability to convey what appears to be immaterial.
Adi Fluman had many exhibitions in numerous institutions, including the Bar David Museum for Art and Judaica, Kibbutz Baram; the Negev Museum of Art, Be’er Sheva; the CCA Center of Contemporary Art; Tel Aviv; the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design; among others. She twice won the Academic Excellence Award of the Photography Department at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. Her work can be found in the collection of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel Museum, Jerusalem and numerous private collections.

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