Ziv Schneider is an artist and designer working with new and emerging technologies, often in the context of non-fiction storytelling. She is an alum, former research fellow and sometimes lecturer at NYU ITP. Her work has been showcased internationally in festivals and museums including IDFA Doc Lab, MIT, Sotheby's, Queens Museum, and Futurium Berlin. Residencies and fellowships include the Economist Media Lab, NYFA and Pioneer Works. Ziv is currently a Creative Technologist at The Brown Institute for Media Innovation.

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A poster displayed at “Interplay”- a group exhibition that highlights the works of 30 contemporary Israeli artists, architects and graphic designers whose works explore the richness and complexity of architecture and graphic design.

In this poster I chose to address a line in a poem by David Avidan, that was sprayed outside my building. It reads: “basically, we have no where to go.”

Since I will never be able to afford a place of my own, I started furnishing type instead.