Amit Goffer

Be part of the work


In the past few years, Goffer's work has incorporated installations and, more recently, painting. Key issues like space, architecture, scale, and the observer's relationship to the work, are vital threads throughout his art. Recurring themes in his work are also the everyday, social and political challenges of so many different people, interests, cultures and religions coexisting together.



In these recent works, the black foreground is silhouetted like a cutout memory of a skyline. An undefined natural or urban landscape sits against the background, the whole representing a cosmic space that evolves powerfully behind the straight horizontal line.



The works are concerned with generating, formally and metaphorically, a more comprehensive view of human relations towards space and monumentality. Goffer's engages with the silence of the history of place, where only the structure remains and the dramatic events have already vanished.



Eiskellerberg.tv met Amit Goffer during his very first solo exhibition in Germany FACING IN TO OUT THE VOID in RAUM, an independent space in Düsseldorf/Oberkassel, invented and run by Matthias Erntges. 



Amit Goffer, born 1979 in Tel Aviv, currently lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany. He started his career as an assistant of Gideon Gechtman in the sculpture department, Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl. From 2004 to 2008 he succeded his B.F.A. at the Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College, Interdisciplinary Fine Arts, Israel. In 2011 he changed to the Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany where he studied in the classes of Rita McBride and Richard Deacon.




 



AUSSTELLUNG



Amit Goffer


FACING IN TO OUT THE VOID



RAUM

Matthias Erntges

Sonderburgstr. 2

Düsseldorf-Oberkassel

 

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