Nitzan Satt

Lives and works in Kibbutz Yagur (near Haifa), Israel.

Masters degree in Art, Haifa University (MFA) and first degree in architecture, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem (B. Arch).   Member of a group of architects and planners, Jews and Arabs, who are working together for  Change Established by the joint settlement Neve Shalom.


2014 – Rabinowitz Foundation Art Award.

 2015- Award (artist-teacher) Ministry of Culture was chosen for this award two years in a row.

 2016- Winner of the Council for Culture and Art National Lottery grant which will be summarized in a future exhibition of architectural process in collaboration with youth.

Now- 2014 Selected by a group of senior curators for inclusion in a group of nine promising artists who receive a studio from the Haifa Municipality ‘PIRAMIDA’.

About her work:

An architect and artist by training, she tends to engage in architectural spaces and the human conflicts embodied in them. 

As someone who grow up and was educated on a Kibbutz, she testifies that the alternative definitions of space, in which the private is not private and the public is not public produce within her the need to deal with spatial conventions along side with a constant search after an intimate space.

In her work, these are translated into installments that invade the exhibition space and cause physical disruptions and interruptions in the space. Familiar elements from the domestic sphere, such as verandas, windows, doors, panels and doorframes create complex mazes or aggressive buildings that tear apart  and rebuild the balance of power in the space.

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