Sigalit Landau

Sigalit Landau (b. 1969, Israel) is a multidisciplinary artist known for her performative approach to art and her employment of the dimension of time in her sculptures. Elements connecting past with present are transformed into objects and films that predict an apocalyptic future. Besides her ingenious use of unconventional materials such as salt, sugar and sand, Landau also works with traditional materials such as marble and bronze. Landau’s works possess striking visual power, bear an uncompromising materiality and presence in space, one that considers viewers integral parts of the work. Landau has represented Israel at the 2011 Venice Biennial and frequently exhibits her works in leading art spaces in Israel and abroad.

Related exhibition: Kupferman Landau

Further information:

Sigalit Landau, Three Men Hula, 1999, Video

Sigalit Landau, Water Trough, 2002, Concrete, iron, plastic and pigment

Sigalit Landau, Dish Washer of Kibbutz Machine, 2007 – 2009, ready mades (from Manara) and mixed/musical media

The collection