ARTPIL Profiles of the Arts
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Noa Bachner
photographer

Living in Jerusalem, Israel. I grew up in a small collective community in Israel.

I got my first camera at the age of 16, and been taking pictures ever since.

In my 20’s I moved to Jerusalem to study photography.

For me, photography involves entering a dream-like mood. I do not try to portray a reality. I’d much rather invent my own story.

In my eyes, this art form holds an opportunity to break free and to create a new kind of existence, located on the boundary between reality and fantasy, between the familiar and the uncanny.

Noa Bachner
photographer

Living in Jerusalem, Israel. I grew up in a small collective community in Israel.

I got my first camera at the age of 16, and been taking pictures ever since.

In my 20’s I moved to Jerusalem to study photography.

For me, photography involves entering a dream-like mood. I do not try to portray a reality. I’d much rather invent my own story.

In my eyes, this art form holds an opportunity to break free and to create a new kind of existence, located on the boundary between reality and fantasy, between the familiar and the uncanny.

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