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Current Exhibit - Noah’s Ark: A Modern Take on a Biblical Story

a photograph of two sheep with a graphic overlayThird Floor Exhibit: October 1 - November 30, 2017

Osnat Lippa
The story of Noah's Ark has always fascinated me. I feel it is significant as both a moral tale of humanity being punished for ‘wickedness' and as a mirror for my own struggles with rootlessness and being an outsider like the animals in the Ark. Working with storytelling and narrative is an important aspect of my work. In this series I have used digital photography and image manipulation to create my desired effect.

About the Artist

Osnat was born in Israel but lived most of her adult life in England and North America. She also finds inspiration in cities such as New York, London and Toronto.
A photographer for twenty-seven years, Osnat’s practice focuses on relationships between nature and technology, urban and animal, and people’s connections to their environments and the past.
Recent Exhibitions include: Nuit Blanche 2010, Under the Surface-a Group Show Resident Artist Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies 2016-2017, Noah’s Ark

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