The hybrid and mysterious works of Adi Fluman (born 1987, Rishon LeZion; lives and works in Tel Aviv-Yafo) bring together objects and images, the manual and the digital, three- and two dimensionality, the artwork and its frame. Often inspired by images found on the Internet, her laborious creations trigger the viewer’s eye, asking to question what we think we see, to look
beyond the surface of things – despite their seductiveness – and to appreciate the intrinsic power of man-made objects. Her creative process includes making 3D models using computer software, which are printed and presented in special frames she designs. She calls her works “inkjet-printed digital sculptures in artist frames”.