The Covet Foundation had the opportunity to do an exclusive interview with the talented designer and master artisan dedicated to glassworks: Ayala Serfaty, one of the artists supported by the outstanding BSL Gallerie.
When asked about the art piece she was most proud of from all the ones she created so far, Ayala said: “I think I am mostly proud of “Soma Installation” presented in Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 2008. It also travelled to Beelden Aan Zee Sculpture Museum and Design Museum London during 2009-2010. This large-scale work was free of boundaries and complete. The work included the entire space – walls, floors, and entrance as well as the central sculpture. The presentation was a total experience.”
She then revealed her latest projects, her new pride and joy: “My latest pieces are floor lamps, called “Nuraya” and “Chaga”. Both pieces are part of a new Series I am working on. At the moment a chandelier of this Series is being developed and made. These pieces are made of new materials I added recently to my vocabulary, it is an exciting research.”
Before saying goodbye, Ayala invited us to her next showcase: “In May I will show another first of its kind – textile work called “Sankara”. It will be shown as part of the Venice Bianalle in a female group show called “Behind the Veil”. We truly can’t miss it and neither should you!
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