Mushon Zer-Aviv


Mushon Zer-Aviv
is a designer and a net artist interested in exploring the web as a cultural space, and as such exploring and maybe even redefining
some cultural-borders inside this new territory. In the past 15 years Mushon have created projects involving design, animation, net art, comics and politics. He is active in the Israeli digital culture scene, as a desk member for Maarav Magazine and Concept Magazine, and the international scene, as a contributor for Pixelsurgeon Magazine. Mushon currated the BD4D Tel-Aviv new media events through 2003-2004, and have initiated the
Upgrade Tel-Aviv new media gatherings series. His work has appeared in several publications among which, The Venice Biennial’s Gluebalize Magazine, and in exhibitions in Israel and outside it, like Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, 2001; OFFF Festival, Barcelona 2003 and 2004; and Europrix Top-Talent Award Festival 2004, Vienna. Since 2002 he’s been
teaching several new-media courses in the Shenkar college. Since 2002 runs Shual – The Israeli Center for Digital Art’s in-house design studio ( Mushon currently lives with his wife and cat in New York, studying for his masters degree in NYU’s new-media program.