Is Time an Action – Noa Heyne Solo Exhibition

Is Time an Action:
The exhibition „Is Time an Action“ is a meditation on movement in architecture and communities, and on history as a physical presence inscribed both in people and urban landscapes. Through sculpture and stop-motion animation, the artist’s work reflects on the cycles of building and destruction that characterize modern cities, and questions our ability to belong to a surrounding made of concrete and rubble.

Noa Heyne is a multidisciplinary artist working in sculpture, performance and animation. Heyne was born in Ramat Gan, Israel in 1982. She studied painting in the Jerusalem Studio School (2005-2007) in the master class of Israel Hershberg and sculpture in the Art Students League and the New York Studio School (2007-2008) in New York. She received her MFA from the Rinehart School of Sculpture, MICA in 2017. Her work was exhibited in solo and group shows in Israel, the U.S and Berlin, and is in private collections in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, New York and London. Heyne is the recipient of several awards, among which are the LCU Foundation award, the Rinehart Fellowship award, the Amalie Rothschild ’34 Award and the MICA LAB award. In 2018 Heyne was a finalist for the Baltimore Baker Artists Award, and in 2019 she was a fellow at ZK/U Berlin.

The opening of Heyne’s exhibition will take place on July 22nd in the presence of the artist at The Workshop.
A writing workshop in conjunction with the exhibition as well as a finissage event are in the planning, so stay tuned for those events too!

Please note that the exhibition runs until July 13th 2019, not July 6th.

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