Noam Dover and Michal Cederbaum created the Canvas; Amphorae Series for the duo's solo show, A Sort of Homecoming, curated by Sandra Weil and presented at Galleri Glas in Stockholm in 2019. An exploration of the ancient amphorae archetype and the rich traditions of vessel making in and around Israel, Canvas; Amphorae carry on a dialogue with artifacts from the archeological wing at the Israel Museum and reinterpret the ancient canon through contemporary materials and processes. Canvas; Amphorae 10 is handmade in glass and measures 40 x 28 x 20 cm. It is a one-of-a-kind.
Dover & Cederbaum is a collaborative, multi-disciplinary creative practice that explores design, craft, digital fabrication—and whatever happens in between—with a focus on working at the local scale for a global audience. The studio has exhibited worldwide and is included in both private and public collections.
Born in Jerusalem, Noam Dover is a lecturer at the Bezalel Academy of Art & Design in Jerusalem. He received an MFA in Craft & Design from Konstfack College University of Art in Stockholm and a BA in Industrial design from Bezalel Academy.
Born in Haifa, Michal Cederbaum is a lecturer at the Wizo Design Academy in Haifa. She has a BA in visual communication from Bezalel Academy.