About Amit Goffer
Amit Goffer is an Israeli-German artist who works multiple forms of multimedia installation, sculpture, sound and light. In the last years, Goffer’s work was exhibited in many international art events and biennials. Key issues within Goffer’s art explore the human relationship to space, architecture and scale, questions of social and political challenges within communities where diverse cultures and religions co-exist. His work investigates physical, mental and emotional conditions. By inviting the audience to participate with the work, it takes on a performative dimension that becomes further interpreted and enlarged through interaction. Amit Goffer, (*1979) in Tel Aviv, lives & works in Düsseldorf, Germany He studied Interdisciplinary Fine Arts in Israel (Wizo School of Arts / Hamidrasha, Beit Berl College) and at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany. Goffer received several grants and scholarships, such as the Daad Scholarship (county of North-Rhine Westfalia / Stiftung Kunstfonds / Jubiläumsstifung der Sparkasse Neuss etc.). He participated in biennials (OpenART Sweden, The Big Sleep Munich) and exhibited in museums and institutions (Haus der Kunst München, Kunstmuseum Bochum, Kunsthaus NRW, Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf, Museum Baden, Clemens Sels Museum Neuss, Läns Museum, Sweden, Tel Aviv Museum, Israel, and in the Kunstverein MMIII Mönchengladbach, Duisburg, Gelsenkirchen, Konstanz/Kreuzlingen, Germany/ Switzerland.