Eyal Gruss, Li Lorian,  and Shalev Moran

Friday, 24 February, 2017, @ 19:00

Tel Aviv, Israel

Eyal Gruss is a machine learning researcher and digital artist. His works include interactive installations, computational poetry and computer generated art.

Li Lorian is a Jerusalem-based performance artist working in theater, video, visual arts and as a performer. She is a graduate of the School of Visual Theater in Jerusalem and co-founder of Pandora Collective for contemporary puppetry and object theater. Via Pandora Collective she is curating events that examine new forms of theater. Her artistic process consists of a research of visual language and new performance practices; she is interested in political situations and how documentary elements can be translated into performance. 

Shalev Moran. Born 1985. I currently live and work in Tel Aviv. My recent work revolves around videogames. In recent years I worked as a Game Designer and Narrative Designer for Plarium. Before that I wrote and presented a games segment on Israeli Channel 10, as well as worked as Games Consultant for Mantis Vision. I am the Games Program Director for Print Screen Festival, and a frequent collaborator of Utopia Festival and A MAZE Festival. I teach Narrative Design for Digital Games at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. My background is in the arts. I've done a lot of street art (some of which is shown here), as well as performance art, collaborating with Public Movement and with Frontline Theatre. I did my B.A. in TAU's Honors Program in the Humanities and Arts. I've also done some journalistic work. In addition to Channel 10, I wrote for Time Out Tel Aviv and Nana10, mainly about culture and technology.