Liat Danieli is a multidisciplinary artist who bridges between art, biology, science and technology. Her works are characterized by movement, variability and creating an active connection with the space in which she creates.
They are motivated by an enchantment with the constant and delicate change inherent in all living things. Research and cooperation with individuals from different fields and communities form the foundation of her creative process.
Her works draw inspiration from nature and the complex relationships within it. Through her practice, she raises questions about the ecological system’s place in art and explores the intricate link between humanity and its environment. Danieli strives to enable natural processes and the impact of time to play a central part in her work, while spotlighting the uniqueness –and to the same extent the vulnerability – of the environmental conditions in which we live. Her works touch upon current issues and encourage extraordinary and creative encounters with the organic and the unfamiliar – a reality that mostly escapes our notice.
Concurrently with her artistic activity, Daniel leads BioArt workshops for groups and individuals, in which she teaches how to grow biology-based materials. The workshops are an investigative space of materials from nature, as a replacement for materials taken from animals.
Liat has participated in multiple exhibitions which included large, pivotal installations, in major exhibition spaces in Israel. In 2013, she was awarded the Rafi Lavi Scholarship for Excellence in Art Studies from the Faculty of Arts – Hamidrasha at Beit Berl College.