about | contact | press | friends | magazine | newsletter | materials library | العربية | עברית  
Visit Exhibition Collections Calendar Education
| Send by email |
Exhibitions > Mushon Zer-Aviv

Mushon Zer Aviv | Designer


Mushon Zer Aviv
http://mushon.com
www.shual.com

Mushon Zer-Aviv (b. 1976, Israel) is a designer, an educator and a media activist based in NY & Tel Aviv. He is the co-founder of Shual.com design studio and has created several collaborative initiatives merging design, politics and networks. His work involves media in public space and public space in media. They have been exhibited world wide in museums such as the MoMA in NY and the SFMOMA in San Freancisco; in festivals such as Ars Electronica, Offf, Future Everything and Transmediale; and were awarded prizes and grants from PrixArs, Rhizome, Turbulence and others. Mushon is a co-author of the Collaborative-Futures.org collaboratively authored book and his essays have been published both online and in print in books such as Open Design Now and Learning Through Digital Media. Mushon is an honorary resident at Eyebeam - an art and technology center in New York. He has been teaching new media research at NYU and Open Source design at Parsons the New School of Design and in Bezalel Academy of Art & Design, Jerusalem. He blogs at Mushon.com.


Good Listeners, 2011
http://mushon.com/gl
Code: Zohar Arad

This new V&A commission uses software that tracks and analyses the online activity of web users. Visitors are encouraged to use the computer in the installation to access the internet. When the contents of their search are exposed to a third party service, a confessional booth opens in the computer's sidebar. Its size is determined by the amount of data collected by a third party.

Network and custom software

Courtesy Mushon Zer Aviv, commissioned by the V&A with generous support from the Porter Foundation and in collaboration with Design Museum Holon. 

Mushon Zer Aviv | Designer
Courtesy of the artist

 
 
Magazine
Opinion: When Donald Judd committed the sin of designing furniture
Adi Hamer
The connection between minimal art and industrial design is not new either, but the discourse comes from the opposite direction: those who engaged in it in the past are central art
Read More »
Inspired by Air and Water
Tal Amit
The exhibition currently on display the Museum, deals with the interrelationship between couture and machines. Such are the garments designed by Ying Gao, which are on display.
Read More »
Finger in the Eye
Maya Dvash
A conversation with artist and designer Guy Saggee whose unique imprint is evident in all of Design Museum Holon's printed products in the past four years.
Read More »
Recent Issue...
All Issues...

Follow Us
NewsLetter Sign Up »
Facebook »
© copyright 2010 Design Museum Holon   |   newsletter   |   contact us   |   disclaimer   |   site by Cyberserve   |   design by wuwa™   |   photos: Yael Pincus