What’s your background?
I studied Art and New Media in the Kibbutzim College of Education Technology and the Arts Tel Aviv, Israel. During my studies I focused on interactive art and developed with my colleague an interactive project called DropArt. We collaborated with dance groups and built many interactive dance performances in addition to presenting DropArt in many private events, art shows and launches. DropArt is a video camera based interactive application that investigates the space between the virtual and the real, and the interaction between human movement and technology. During the years I also had the chance to develop and design a lot of websites for local businesses in Israel.
What is your role at Meural? What does it involve?
I had the honor of being introduced to Meural in its initial steps. Because I have a lot of experience in both design and technology, I was able to help the Meural team and to give them advice and feedback. DropArt taught me a lot about how people behave in front of art, especially when technology is involved and their movement has an affect in some way on the art piece. Also, in the last 4 years I am working as a web designer and developer with a lot of knowledge in this area of user experience and interface.
How did you come to be a part of the Meural team?
I met Vlad in 2013. After I moved to NY Vlad introduced me to Meural and asked my advice.
What’s the hardest part of your day?
The hardest part is to wake up in the morning and to leave work at evening.
What do you most enjoy about working with Meural?
I love the innovation that Meural is offering and how the team is so open minded to hear feedback and to make this product to something that is a must-have.
Lastly, what’s on your Meural?
I want it all! From Degas and Monet to Picasso and Mondrian to Kandinsky and Pollock. I can’t decide.
- The Meural Team