Talia Janover [1981, Israel] lives and works in Jaffa.
Talia Janover, an architect, multi-disciplinary designer, artist, and curator, holds an M.Des in Industrial Design from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, and a B.Arch.Ed from Wizo Haifa Academy of Design and Education. Her projects explore aspects of technology, culture and identity. Specializing in concept and strategist development, interactive environments and new media projects. She is a design lecturer at the architecture department of Wizo Design and Education Academy in Haifa.
Talia's approach involves delving into the rich backstory of each piece, emphasizing historical and future connections between art and humanity. She sees the visitor as an integral part of the artwork, contributing physically, contextually, or as the all-powerful observer. Additionally, a key aspect of her work both as a designer and curator is the meticulous crafting of space where the convergence of the artist's work and the visitor takes place, resulting in a meaningful and immersive experience. Talia Janover's unique perspective and driving force is to create projects that strive to bridge the past, present, and future through art.
Over the past few years, Talia has curated a variety of exhibitions and events, including the Graduate showcases for M.Des in Industrial Design at Bezalel Academy in 2022. Two solo exhibitions: 'Homo Flora' for Noa Ilan at the Jaffa Museum in 2022, and 'Encoded Craft' for Tamara Efrat at By5 Gallery in 2023. In the same year, she curated 'A Taste Of The Future,' an interactive sensory exhibition at The Design Museum Holon.
Janover’s works have been presented in museums and galleries in Israel and at international events such as the London Design Festival, State of design Berlin, Taipei WDS.