Tel Aviv, Israel
Amalia Shem Tov (1990). graduated with honors from the Industrial Design department at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design (2018). Born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel. Highly interested in the material process, experiment and the creation of meaningful interactions and connection between people, products, and objects to our surrounding. Fascinated by the connection between the digital world and the physical impact that it has on our surrounding, our communication, relationship, and needs.
She exhibited in Milan design week 2019, Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center, Tel Aviv 2016 and Domestic Design exhibition, Florida, US 2016.
Prestigious newspapers, such as Elle Decor and Design Boom, talked about her works.
“I use design tools to react to contemporary reality and transform ideas with complexity, and context into desirable, interesting and refined Products and object that holds cultural, conceptual and social value.”
Amalia Shem Tov
ROOTS– Ancient cooking utensils in the modern kitchen.
Preparing and cooking food symbolizes one of the turning points of human evolution, man became a social and cultural being. Nowadays, in the kitchen, the modern user surrounds himself with advance technologies utensils and products,
the most with minimal effort, and no processing, providing immediate results.
Going back to the primary and early process, to a physical work through a raw and natural material that has been processed and adapted to the new era user by multiple technologies, makes possible the old and new connection, the reminiscence of preparing food, creating an intimate early experience in the heart of the contemporary kitchen.
She will exhibit in Galleria Arte Spazio Tempo, Venice.