Horit Herman-Peled

Horit Herman-Peled

Horit Herman-Peled

Horit Herman-Peled (IL) is a Tel Aviv media artist and peace activist.

In February 1999, Horit Herman-Peled was invited by the Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies at Radcliffe College to give the Genevieve McMillan-Reba Stuart Lecture on Women in the Developing World. Her multimedia presentation was titled Blessed Be He Who Did Not Make Me A Woman.

In the summer of 1998 she presented The Disappearance of the Art Object at the ISEA 98 Revolution Symposium in Liverpool, England. At the ISEA 98 Terror in Manchester, England, she chaired the session Terror: Stripping and Constructing Identities.

In March-April 1999 she showed imagination/simulation: the soldier, the woman, multimedia art in-situ with painter Chava Raucher, at the Painters' and Sculptors' Association Gallery in Tel Aviv.

Her project, Gaza Checkpoint - Stripping Identities/Digital Terror, could be viewed at: http://www.mofet.macam98.ac.il/~horit_a/horit.htm

In 1989 she presented Homage to Franz Marc, at Artware, CEBIT, Hanover, Germany.

She was a member of the International Organizing Committee, ISEA 98.

She is Artistic Director of Pollack/Kalisher Art College and teaches media art and culture at the Art Department of Talpiyot College in Tel Aviv and at the Art Institute, Oranim College, in Kiryat Tivon.


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