CICA MUSEUM, South-Korea
From the Museum Catalog
"Sari Fishman “Psychedelic Self-Photography” (2016) Sari Fishman is an internationally exhibiting artist based in Israel who utilizing her scientific professional world to art. She creates abstractive work from a traditional photography, manipulating it with lights and movements. Her Video Art titled Psychedelic Self-Photography was created at the NEMO, the Museum of Science in Amsterdam, 2016. She put herself in the center of the performance, while random people passed by. Her movement and dance background reflects in her art. Sari’s world of science and movement reflects in her colorful work. The light delusion with intense outstanding colors however full of defects, imperfect, reflects her definition of femininity. Sari Fishman has Ph.D. from Bar-Ilan University as well as MA in Art Therapy from Haifa University in Israel. Her Curatorship diploma she got from Shorashim Art School, Tel-Aviv. Photography she studied both in Camera Obsura, Tel-Aviv and MUZA, Herzliya. She began her studies at the School of Arts in Ramat-Hasharon. Sari was a dance teacher for 20 years. For the past 14 years she is in the Biotech business, Can-Fite BioPharma, a company which develops drugs for autoimmune and cancer indications. Her artwork has been featured in solo and group exhibitions across the world. She recently won 3rd Place - Bronze Frame Award in an international competition Women 2017 (Artist Table)."