Sat 14 April 2018 | 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Beit Kandinof - Hatzofim 14, Tel Aviv,
Join us for the opening of the new Shenkar Graduates Residency program at Beit Kandinof. Shenkar | שנקר is one without a doub one the leading colleges of Isreal. Specializing in Design, Engineering, and arts; Shenkar will be teaming up with the collaborative art/bar space Beit Kandinof בית קנדינוף to open it’s first residency program.
Starting April 14, artists and designers Dima Korma and Andre Missing will be hosting a month-long pop up shop showcasing their artwork.
DJ on at 20:30.
Drinks, food, music, art, fun. Join us
About the artists:
I’m 26 years old boy.
Born in cold Russia, currently live in sunny Tel-Aviv.
Visual Communication graduate at Shenkar College. (B.Des)
Im pretty sure im an ARTIST
I illustrate, design and paint on many surfaces.
My language is SIMPLE and HONEST.
My art has a strong comic presence.
Observation Humor of the passing moment fascinates me.
I realized that through humor I can connect with the viewer on a higher level.
Sticking to one style is boring / Versatility is fun.
Daily creation is like a brain sport, its important to stay in shape.
My dream job is to work with rappers or animals or both
My favorite color is black.
Dima Korma studied visual communication at Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art. During his studies, he started developing his personal visual language, creating collage works on A5 format using leftover paper scraps he collected. Within the language he developed, the prominent components and values assembled were abstract shapes, a bold color palette and typographic elements.
Following the first steps of articulating the visual syntax, Dima has then decided to export these components into the public space. Using brushes and paint, the collage works were transformed. Walls, floors and structures turned into his own urban canvases.