Bat-Ami Rivlin

Premiere DateSep 26, 2017
00:00 Introduction
00:36 Bat-Ami
01:38 Lost Everything Mary Epworth
04:30 Breaking Down the Barriers
07:42 Narrative
09:32 Manipulating Objects
13:27 Spaces
18:15 Relationship between people and objects
22:54 Female Objects
28:08 Violence
30:17 Abjection
31:54 Grad School
33:29 Guest Visitor
35:46 Santa’s In The Closet Ariel Pink
38:46 Outro
39:03 Finish

Bat-Ami Rivlin is an Israeli-born multi-media artist who lives and works in New York City. Bat-Ami’s politically-charged work “scrutinizes the pivotal moments when barriers between bodies, things, and spaces break down or intersect in unexpected ways.” She is currently an MFA candidate at Columbia University and she received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2016. Her work has been exhibited in New York Art spaces, such as: The SVA’s Flat Iron Gallery, David & Schweitzer Contemporary and the Bronx ArtSpace. She also attended residencies at the Nars Foundation in Brooklyn and the Arts Letters and Numbers Residency in Upstate, New York. And she was a recipient of the Peripheral Vision arts fellowship in 2016.

All images courtesy of the artist

Untitled (Dishwasher), 2015

Untitled (Bathtub), 2017

Untitled (Rug), 2016

FORHOJA for you only 99.99, 2014

FORHOJA for you only 99.99, 2014

 

Object 12, 2016

Side Effects of Desire, 2014

Side Effects of Desire, 2014

Contorts (soft sculpture), 2015

Contorts (soft sculpture), 2015

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