Gal Bar-Adon

A multi-disciplinary artist. The body of his work is composed of digital illustration, sculptures and art installations which combine wood work, lighting and music, using digital tools alongside heavy industrial machinery.  He illustrates large Mashrabiya patterns, and creates the exhibits they adorn in the family workshop, where they also produce furniture. Gal was born in Petah Tikva in 1982, and grew up in Ra’anana. He is the son of artist Eli Bar-Adon, and the great-grandson of Abraham Asher Bar-Adon, who headed the copper department in Betzalel Art School, and was one of the first carpet weavers in the school’s carpet department, where Gal’s great-grandmother worked beside him.

The family workshop, where he works, allows Gal to experiment in the creation of large exhibits which he builds as part of the Midburn community events, that take place throughout the country. The exhibits consist of lighting fixtures created especially to accompany the wooden insallations. All is accompanied by a sound track composed specifically for each work, and is an inherent part of the experience. Gal has exhibited his works in the Bloomfield Science Museum, the Utopia exhibition at the Imperial hotel, Beit Ha’Omanin in Tel Aviv, The “Teder” and many more. 

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