Noa Giniger

Noa Giniger works in a variety of mediums, including site-specific installations in the private and public arenas, video, sound, online works, and writing. She is a graduate of the ENSBA in Paris, and during her studies she has participated for one year in a student exchange program at Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. She did residencies at De Ateliers in Amsterdam, the American Academy in Rome, Villa Empain in Brussels, and the short-term one at Artport, Tel Aviv. Her work has been shown in many solo and group exhibitions throughout the world, among them at ICA in Philadelphia, Western Front in Vancouver, Air de Paris in Paris, and De Appel in Amsterdam. She has also been a part of the Spoken Word duo 'Nun Ve-a'in' with the musician Anat Spiegel.

Photograph: David Adika

Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime (the touching version)

Noa Giniger has turned her audio installation Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime (2008) into an interactive script, where the reader-viewer-listener can flutter from one line to another but never grasp the text completely. Written in her own handwriting and accompanied by the voice of Peggy Lee, the artist offers an intimate encounter with hope and despair, sameness and the personal, through the digital platform.