"The weird aesthetic of the Israeli environment is apparent in Screen and Totem, with its strange and incomplete visual language, containing within it a cacophony of East and West, a collision of modernization and fundamentalism, the vulgarities of provinciality, and the scars of an impossible reality. It is the visual dialect of a young hybrid."
Ohad Meromi was born on Kibbutz Muzra, Israel, in 1967. He has
exhibited extensively in Israel, with solo exhibitions at the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem Museums. In 1998 he was awarded the Nathan
Gottesdiener Foundation Israeli Art Prize. In 2004 he received his
M.F.A. from Columbia University…