Senior Research Scholar Tamar Novick Curates Exhibition "LAND. MILK. HONEY. Animal Stories in Imagined Landscapes" at the Venice Biennale

Senior Research Scholar Tamar Novick is one of the curators of the exhibition LAND. MILK. HONEY. Animal Stories in Imagined Landscapes,showcased at the Israeli pavilion of the seventeenth international architecture exhibition of the Venice Biennale (August 1–November 21, 2021).

The exhibition investigates how colonialism, urbanization, and mechanized agriculture radically reshaped Israel's environment and altered human/animal relations to showcase the predicaments that both the environment and its inhabitants will soon face.

The Venice Biennale, an international art exhibition in Venice, Italy, consists of multiple altering two-yearly exhibition-series in cultural fields such as contemporary art, architecture, and film.