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Elinor Salomon

by Danielle Gorodenzik | 29.08.17
Elinor Salomon, inter#Uc21c#U05d9#U05d5#U05d6#U05e8 (Internet User), Recovered, 2016


Tel Avivian artist Elinor Salomon takes a look at the internet and how we live our digital lives. Spending most of our time in front of screens, her work plays with the online and offline world. Salomon looks at her time on the computer as work and pleasure, and the screen is a space where it all comes together. Her most recent 3D rendered video reflects how screen time can affect our bodies, productivity and the way we use the internet. The internet gives Salomon a space to create without the restraints of physical materials and possessions of objects.

3_Elinor Salomon, inter#Uc21c#U05d9#U05d5#U05d6#U05e8 (Internet User), 2016 a

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3_Elinor Salomon, inter#Uc21c#U05d9#U05d5#U05d6#U05e8 (Internet User), Desktop Yoga, 2016

1_Elinor Salomon, L.E.D - Light Exposure Disorders, 2017, Video, 0311 min

1_Elinor Salomon, L.E.D - Light Exposure Disorders, 2017, Video, 0311 min (1)


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