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A Journey with a Plastic Bag: An Intimate Dialogue Between Writing, Sculpture and Photography Paperback – Import, 11 Apr 2014
About the Author
Roni Meshulam Abramovitz was born in Tel Aviv in 1963. She graduated from the Department of Industrial Design at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem and from the Art Therapist's Training Program at Beit Berl Academic College. She is an art therapist and art teacher for the disabled and those undergoing rehabilitation; a computer instructor and therapist for people with special needs, as well as practising Judo (1st Dan) and Tai Chi as a way of life. Roni is married to Aviel and is the mother of Gal, Matan and Noam. She lives in Hod Hasharon, Israel.
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Roni's art, using these simple but colorful plastic bags, shows us how imagination and a different look on a common material can give rich and meaningful results.
The texts attached to the impressive photographs give us a glipmse on the long creation process of each and every piece.
A talented artist, photographer and writer… The talent gushing!
The creative usage of plastic bags in the images and in the pictures is
surprising and exciting. Roni's personal experiences and insights takes me
to a fascinating thought-provoking personal journey. The colored images
breaks out from the pages and penetrates the soul.
Although I accompanied the process of writing this book from the beginning,
the result is above and beyond all expectations.