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Efrat Kedem’s installation “The Reality Show,” is on view at the Paul Robeson Center in both the Taplin Gallery and Digital Media Studio from Oct. 4 – Nov. 21, 2012 as part of the regional collaboration “The Fertile Crescent: Gender, Art and Society.”

Efrat’s project consists of surveillance video footage from various sites in Princeton, NJ, displayed in a 10 minute loop feed on video monitors in the context of a security surveillance control room. Kedem, an Israeli artist who is no stranger to the reality of video surveillance, “interrogates” the practice and ethics of surveillance in her installation of cameras that were placed at locations throughout the town of Princeton.

Efrat Kedem was born in 1980 in Jerusalem, Israel, and currently resides in Princeton. She received her B.Ed.F.A. (2005) from the Midrasha School of Art and received her M.F.A. (with honors, 2008) from the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design. Efrat's Multidisciplinary body of work is rich and varied and she has exhibited widely in Israel and internationally.

Computer equipment for Efrat Kedem’s installation was provided by the Princeton Public Library. The Arts Council of Princeton’s Artist in Residence program is supported by the Anne Reeves Fund.

Reality Show: Q&A with Efrat Kedem

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