Contemporary artist Yael Bronner Rubin was born in South Africa, brought up in Israel, and is now based in Hong Kong. Her highly diverse experiences in these places form an integral part of her work.
Yael’s work reinforces the idea of the ‘Places’ column so perfectly. Places, as we mentioned in our first interview, explores the idea of how the different places we experience – and the distances we cover in between – often play a giant role in our creativity. Yael moved from South Africa to Israel when she was about six years old. She finished most of her primary education in Israel (Hamidrasha School of Art in Beit Berl) before moving to Hong Kong to join Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) to do an MFA in photography in 2011. Her work often consists of vivid photographic collages to convey the diversity of her “transcultural life”. Read more: http://thefloatingmagazine.com/places-yael-bronner-rubin-south-africa-israel-hongkong/
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