Hadar Mitz is a multidisciplinary artist. Her works stands squarely in the
tension between nature as we experience it and the human attempt to
force order and definitions on it. In her view, the human desire to
catalog infinite nature is always a failure, entailing the death of the
constant flux inherent in the natural world. In her work, which moves
among the media of collage, assemblage, video, and installation, Mitz
try to gain hold onto un-hold able things, and to communicate an
intimate time perception by works that deal with our experience of
impermanence and infinity, encompassed in our sense of NOW.
Mitz lives and works in Tel Aviv.