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Women Cinemakers It's cool if more and more interdisciplinary women artists who work in unconventional way artwork are exposed on time. If the viewers are given the opportunity to discover them while they are still alive and creative, then they are encouraged in their time, and then they want to create more, go ahead, not stop. Deep inside sometimes I am still a student of the Academy, I do not believe in my strength and want to leave the world of art because of the rules that exist in it, which are difficult to comprehend, but every time my works are accepted into exhibitions, I re-assert myself and develop it further. As far as video work is concerned, I am doing everything for an idea, from the endless desire to combine painting or drawing with poetry and video art and present it to the audience. Over the years your artworks have been internationally showcased in several occasions including your participation to the 4th International Juried Exhibition of Video and Digital Media Installation at The Art Gallery at the College’s Branchburg Campus and to "121&1" international juried short silent film exhibition, Gate 3 Gallery, Haifa. One of the hallmarks of your practice is the capability to establish direct involvement with the viewers: do you consider the issue of audience reception as being a crucial component of your decision-making process, in terms of what type of artistic language is used in a particular context? I noticed that people are learning to become more aware of and receive the message they send. The pace of life of people is getting faster, so my video works are getting shorter and faster. Therefore, my last video work, , is fast changing, shimmering, flashing and takes just a minute. So how long it takes to read one part of

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