“The matters I deal with are often related to the media, popular culture, and history; I hope to find something in nothing. Many times, it remains nothing, but sometimes, this nothing becomes really violent.”
Danielle Kaganov born 1994 in Jerusalem and based in Tel Aviv, is an interdisciplinary artist working mostly with video and performance. She received her BFA and MFA from the Fine Arts department in Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Israel. Her works have been shown in exhibitions and festivals throughout the world. In 2018 she participated in an artist residency in Narva, Estonia. In 2017 she was the winner of the Cooper prize and in 2020 she was awarded first for the Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival experimental competition.The main artistic characteristic of her work consists of long-term multimedia projects, which include performance, installation, and video. Editing, writing, photography, and the process of gathering found footage and creating presentations play a key role in her creative process.