Daphna Margolin



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Daphna Margolin is an innovative eco-tech artist who has devoted her life to using art and technology to question the limits of human existence and explore what the future holds for humankind. Born in Kibbutz Tel Yosef, Israel. She established a private school for the study of environmental and sensorial art (1973); was awarded the prize of the International Vocation Fund for her activities in the field of environmental education (1979, at the Knesset); established Alma, an Israeli Organization for Environmental Awareness (1990); Won the first prize for best short film at the Tel Aviv Festival of Environmental Films, Tel Aviv Cinemateque (1993). Over the years of artistic and educational endeavors, her works were exhibited in museums and galleries worldwide: “The Museum of Israeli Art” – Ramat-Gan Israel, The National Museum of Science “Matilda Recanati” Center – Haifa Israel, “Museum of Fine Arts” – Jerusalem, “Theater Israel”, “Salon des Independants Grand Palais” – Paris France, “Tel-Aviv Museum of Art” – Israel, “Eretz Israel Museum”, “Perugia & Gubbio” – Italy, “Janco Dada Museum” – Ein Hod Israel, “Congress – Johannesburg South Biennale” – Venice, “Kassel Documenta” – Germany, “Fusion Museum” – New-York. In 2019 Daphna was elected as a member of the World Academy of Art and Science.