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10.09.2012
Tal Ram On
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  • Tal Ram On Resume Tal Ran On was born and raised in Kibutz Zikim, following graduation from one of Israeli finest army units, he went and studied film making. Between the years 1995 to 2005, Tal was filming and directing documentaries movies. At 2005, ...

    Tal Ram On Resume

    Tal Ran On was born and raised in Kibutz Zikim, following graduation from one of Israeli finest army units, he went and studied film making. Between the years 1995 to 2005, Tal was filming and directing documentaries movies. At 2005, Tal had started to work on sculptures making, both in his personal studio where is focusing on sculptures from soil and iron and as an assistant to the renowned artist Micha Ullman. In 2011, Tal’s video work was presented as part of a retrospective to Micha in the The Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The Israel museum, is the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel and is ranked among the world’s leading art and archaeology museums

    Projects The attached sketches are preparation for earth sculptures that represent a mental status. The individual parts are merging, rely and locking each other to one whole who has inert movement, “Note, that the human soul one” has wrote the RaMBaM (a preeminent medieval Jewish philosopher and one of the most prolific and followed Torah scholars and physicians of the Middle Ages).

    In the theoretical layer, the works are aiming to deal with the works of the RaMBaM from a Jewish secular point of view: some point of reference in the RaMBam works that inspire the works are: “The only current absolute truth is the god” “The imagination part of the memory” “Denial of degrees” a work that deprives any title (e.g. big, wise, merciful etc.) from a person description, denial of miracles and outer interference of god in the world we know. The whole person is the prophet and its entire being is to know the god – any person can reach to the god knowing level of the prophet and the prophet is a person.

    Best regards

    Tal Ram On

    Tal Ram On Resume Tal Ran On was born and raised in Kibutz Zikim, following graduation from one of Israeli finest army units, he went and studied film making. Between the years 1995 to 2005, Tal was filming and directing documentaries movies. At 2005, ...

    Tal Ram On Resume

    Tal Ran On was born and raised in Kibutz Zikim, following graduation from one of Israeli finest army units, he went and studied film making. Between the years 1995 to 2005, Tal was filming and directing documentaries movies. At 2005, Tal had started to work on sculptures making, both in his personal studio where is focusing on sculptures from soil and iron and as an assistant to the renowned artist Micha Ullman. In 2011, Tal’s video work was presented as part of a retrospective to Micha in the The Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The Israel museum, is the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel and is ranked among the world’s leading art and archaeology museums

    Projects The attached sketches are preparation for earth sculptures that represent a mental status. The individual parts are merging, rely and locking each other to one whole who has inert movement, “Note, that the human soul one” has wrote the RaMBaM (a preeminent medieval Jewish philosopher and one of the most prolific and followed Torah scholars and physicians of the Middle Ages).

    In the theoretical layer, the works are aiming to deal with the works of the RaMBaM from a Jewish secular point of view: some point of reference in the RaMBam works that inspire the works are: “The only current absolute truth is the god” “The imagination part of the memory” “Denial of degrees” a work that deprives any title (e.g. big, wise, merciful etc.) from a person description, denial of miracles and outer interference of god in the world we know. The whole person is the prophet and its entire being is to know the god – any person can reach to the god knowing level of the prophet and the prophet is a person.

    Best regards

    Tal Ram On