Tal Erez is a designer and researcher who explores issues of political change, institutional critique, and contemporary forms of resistance. Erez’s research methodology encompasses both the production of objects and text: situated between theory and praxis.
Tal has exhibited internationally with the Israeli pavilion exhibition at the venice architecture biennale (Aircraft Carrier, 2012-13), Droog Design (Design for download, 2011, 2013), and Z33, House for contemporary art and design (The Machine, 2012; Design beyond production, 2013), amongst others. Tal holds degrees from the Holon Institute of Technology (ISR) and the Design Academy Eindhoven (NL). He teaches design in Hadassah college and in Bezalel academy’s design Masters program in Jerusalem. Tal is currently a research fellow at Het Nieuwe Instituut (NL), and is the curator of the exhibition Plastic: Promises of a Home Made Future that took place there in 2015.