Lockdown Diaries - Cry
The short clips were commissioned by Counterpoints Arts as part of Postcards in Isolation: A different form of exile – a series of creative responses by artists produced across weeks of physical isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Lockdown Diaries - Face Masking
The video clip touches upon project that the artist was working on at the time, his state of mind during the lockdown and some responses to events that took place at that time.
Dr. Gil Mualem-Doron (1970 UK/Israel) is an award-wining socially and politically engaged artist working in various media; primarily photography, digital art, installation and performance using participatory practices. His work investigates issues such as urban history, social justice, identity, transcultural aesthetics, migrations and displacement.
Lockdown Diaries - Shelter
His work has been exhibited extensively in the UK and abroad including Tate Modern, the Turner Contemporary, Liverpool Museum, People’s History Museum, Turner Contemporary, Rich Mix London, ONCA (Brighton) Haifa Museum of Art (Israel), East66 – Centre for Urban Research (Amsterdam), and Detroit – Centre for Urban Ecology.
Mualem-Doron has been featured in a few private collections and he has been commissioned to create works for bodies/individuals such as The Mayor of London, Counterpoints Arts, Platforma, and Ben & Jerry's. Mualem-Doron has received awards from the Henry Ford Foundation, Chevening Award for leadership, and the Art Council England.
Lockdown Diares - Limbo