Courtesy of the artist.
Born in 1982
Lives and works in New York City, United States
Naama Tsabar explores the cultural norms and hierarchical systems ingrained within popular music through her sculptures, performances, and installations. Her works combine multiple elements and musical instruments, often made with industrial materials such as plywood, felt, and paper in muted tones to evoke the Post-Minimalist art movement of the 1970s. By incorporating guitar strings, tuners, microphones, and speakers, Tsabar's pieces go beyond abstract formalism and step into live performance....Read more