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About

Bosmat Niron

Profound artist and curator. Born in Tel Aviv in the year 1972.
When she was young, she spent several years in South America and in Spain. Niron is one of
the most outstanding painters and sculptors in the eco art; she exhibits internationally,
having gained widespread recognition from Museums and art institutions both in Israel and
overseas. Niron’ s bridging between community, municipalities and industry through Arts, She
holds the capacity of curator of the city of Ramat-Gan, as well as being a consultant on
environment and ecological art.
Her art moves in two planes – ecological and feminine. She principally focuses on community
projects that are implemented in the public space, whereby she assimilates to those the|}
above-mentioned values. Her works are generally marked by use of readymade material, or “capitalist trash” that makes up fertile ground for her work and for the single artist exhibitions

she held at various museums. Into her conception that “there is a treasure in the trash” she
embeds mystic, spiritual messages and contents, along with myths, drawing as she does on
the principle of eco-philosophy and Mother Earth. The sensation of the sublime in nature
found in her work thus amounts to paying tribute to its destination. He work carries with it a
wealth of narratives that are found in the collective memory and rest upon the values of
morality and beauty. It is her hope that her work of art will set in motion the rectification she wants to take place, which is to be based on positive thought, optimism and infinite hope. Niron deals and researches the eco-philosophy and the sublime. Her works of art are entirely confident in the power of nature itself and art to reach salvation. She binds together the female experience, the ecological basics, the nature, and the mystics and presents her collection bearing the name “Goddess”. The female character is characterized with strength and constitutes a symbol to the myth that Goddesses symbolized life, eternity and constant regeneration. The contexts of the Goddess constitute an extraordinary combination of messages, enlightenment, and sensitivity, longing and yearning. Niron sows seeds of new consciousness. The Goddesses represent life, delight. They are the ones to represent Eros. In her works of art the Goddesses are captured while meditating, appear in nature that integrates energetic symbols and spiritual iconography that are identified with the Magna Mater, part of which is recognized by the collective memory. The Goddesses represent female energy, sacred power and primary power of the entire universe. Her works of art expose spiritual motives identified with eco-femininity have become of presence in her spiritual world. The interpretation requires deep research. Niron draws the spiritual strength from multi-dimensional historical roots which constitute an expression to the essential
relationship, to the cosmic myth of the Magna Mater, and to the ecological and spiritual
revolution that takes place throughout these days. In this basic discussion Niron presents
each one’s personal responsibility to make an amendment. Niron sees Eros as the universal
force of life that stands behind love and behind the actual process of making and it treats
sexuality as temporal. However, Niron describes Eros as transcendental, such that constitutes
the strength to life itself. Eros is primeval and timeless as life itself.

Niron thinks that it is time that ecological post-modern art started creating positive effects
and met the real practice of the people exercising their freedom. As she say’s “the theology of
the eco-art thus calling for sensible, well thought out use of the existing material, for activism,
for community sharing and for globalization. It is through sensible well-contemplated use of
archetypes and collective knowledge that the rationale will produce temporary esthetic and
emotional values that will operate on universal dimensions and tighten the romantic exotic
connection to nature”.