Born in 1973, Inbal Hoffman graduated from the Department of Visual Communication, Bezallel Jerusalem in 1998 with honours. Artist, illustrator and designer, she is engaged in a wide range of subjects and mediums from gardening and video installation to the use of more traditional disciplines such as photography and sculpture, while constantly trying to merge techniques and mediums between traditional forms of work and the industrial, organic and natural.
She held a solo exhibition at the P8 gallery and participated in exhibitions at the Eretz Israel Museum, Uri and Rami Nechustan Museum, and a number of group exhibitions.
She also lectures at the Shenkar College of engineering and Design.
The mushroom network is often compared to the Internet due to its functioning as a communication channel that grows rapidly in each direction and reaches everywhere, watching everything, absorbing everything and distributing information to all ends. It is so complex, wide and organized until the terrifying feeling comes to mind that it has a will of its own…