Gil Mualem-Doron (Ph.D) is a socially and politically engaged artist. He works in the media of photography, installations, performance and digital art. Much of his work is participatory, working with marginalised communities in UK and abroad.
The Emperor’s New Clothes (Installation / performance, Tel Aviv 2016, London 2017) “The Holocaust should bring us to ponder our public lives and, furthermore, it must lead anyone who isContinue readingThe Emperor’s New Cloths
A series of 5 Porcelain plates (30cm) printed with digital collages depicting the themes of the plight of refugees in the Mediterranean and the colonial past of Great Britain. TheContinue readingThe Eucharist (2016)
An Arab Houses for Sale – Urban Action @ Platform Art Fair (2013) A short video of the urban intervention: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sw1zpnp8KNc The intervention took the shape of a “creative realContinue readingAn Arab House for Sale