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"I create sculptures based on sublime moments. These are moments that fill a person with amazement, awe, terror, astonishment, and silence.
They are also moments of pure beauty. To see something we normally cannot see. To examine states where rest and motion exist together. To explore the boundaries of time. My sculptures are created from software I have developed. I am influenced by the destructive impact within our environment. Uncontrollable power, unpredictability and cataclysmic extremes are the sources for my work. They inspire, fascinate and remind me of the constant fragility and beauty of human-life. Beauty can come from the strangest of places, in the most horrific events. My art addresses these notions of destruction and beauty, the collisions of opposites, fear and attraction, seduction and betrayal, from the most tender brutalities to the most devastating sensitivities. I oscillate between these opposites."

Eyal Gever studied at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. He lives and works in Jerusalem.
Magazines
Kochi Biennale 2014
Skin : 9191
Emerging trends
Tania Blanco: Unexpected Documents in Waiting Room
Wim Delvoye: Pneu
Matteo Imbriani: Italian Interior
Benjamin Phelan
Dorothée Loriquet
Vasa Velizar Mihich
A Charming artistic loft in Tel Aviv, Israel
Michal Fargo
Andrey and Shay
Osang Gwon: Deodorant Type
Ricky Swallow: Objects
Naum Gabo
Sylvain Rieu-Piquet, Paris: Island of Delights
Sergio Mora
Jehs + Laub
Wataru Yamakami
小松 宏誠 Kosei Komatsu
Failed Renovations
Sculptures of former Yugoslavia
Out My Window
Photography by Elise
Great Vitality
Chair Art
Omer Polak: Design for Food
with Paper
Loops
Kinetic Light: László Moholy-Nagy and Zdenek Pesánek
Austin Irving: Windows
Daniel Arsham
Collages by Bryan Olson
Candas Sisman: Macrocosm
Snarkitecture Objects
My Name Is Axel
Incidental News
Heavy Letters
Diamonds Aren't Forever
Guillaume Chauchat
Wang Luyan 王鲁炎
Microchip synapses
Ben Butler
Edward Zajec: Creative Participation
Kinetic Sculptures by Alexander Calder
Inon Rettig: Plonter
Op-art animations
Rogan Brown: Paper Sculptures
Markku Lahdesmaki: Power Plant
Christian Montenegro: Illustrations
Noma Bar
Henrique Olivera, Brazil
狩野佑真 50m chair
Anouchka Potdevin
Johann Sebastian Bach in a Sphere
Sculpture Chile
Rembrandt Bugatti
Sketches
Michael Johansson
Vivarium
related projects
wherever you look
serpentine 2017
BS1
The wall
penccil gifs
Jeff Zimmerman
Home Patterns
Ignite
Standing wave Sculpture
Jewelry Design Art
Worlds
Futures
Jug
Gemstone Glump Animation
German Painting after the 1960s
The Way Of The Light
Absalon: Cellules
Labyrinth
Light of Thought
Kindness
Bob Noorda / Milano
The medium is the message
Paper sculptures
Eisenschokolade
椎名林檎
Printed Stone Fields
Visual
Nucleo
Jiyong Lee: Segmentation Series
Monsters
The Graffiti Table
Etienne Meneau
Shannon Goff
Francisco Sobrino: Geometry, Light and Movement
PHOTOGENESIS
Noam Weiner
Imminent Reality
Cassius 1999
New Museum
You belong here
Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla
Santiago Villanueva
Gianfranco Pardi
An Entangled World: The Art of Judith Scott
Modular Constructivism: Norman Carlberg and Erwin Hauer
Jason Munn
Michael DeLucia: Sculptures
Donald Judd: Sculptures