Udi Edelman

Udi Edelman
Udi Edelman is a Curator and Founder Director of the Institute for Public Presence (IPP) - the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon. This institute is a new platform for research, scholarship and discussion of art and action in public space. He is a research fellow at the Minerva Humanities Center, Tel-Aviv University and co-editor of Mafte’akh, an academic journal for political thought.
Among the exhibitions and projects he curated are “Where To?” (2011-2012) which examined ideological currents and options rejected under the modern Jewish revolution; “Histories” (2013) on the notion of ‘historically interventional art’; HeLa: Formations of Human Existence” (2014) about the post-human condition; “State” (2013-2014) a live performance project - reading and debating history in public squares; and Akcja PRL” (2015) - Research and performance festival of public action in Warsaw.
His research and work deals with history and different gestures of art regarding truth and fiction, mythos and ethos.
Udi Edelman is resident at Fire Station from 1st - 10th June 2016
Image credit:
Udi Edelman and Omer Krieger, Parade of Parades, detail from Action PRL (Akcja PRL), Warsaw, 2015.
Photo by: Bartosz Górka