Ran Slavin, born in Jerusalem Israel in 1967 is a Tel Aviv based film maker, experimental electronic visual composer and sound explorer. Spanning a career as video and sound media artist, and recently turning to feature films as a writer and director. A member of the Israeli Film Academy and an Ophir Awards nominee for best production design for the recent film Call For Dreams.
Selection include Cinema South Film Festival Israel (2018) The Wrong Biennale /online (2017), The Ostrale Biennale /Dresden (2017), Halle14 CCA /Leipzig (2016), The Herzliya Museum for Contemporary Art /Israel (solo, 2016), Haifa Museum of Modern Art /Israel (solo, 2016), The Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre /Cyprus (2015), Hong-gah Museum, Taipei (2014), Kunsthalle /Hannover (2013), Mediations Biennale /Poland (2012+2017), Manifesta Satellite events /Belgium (2012), Museum on the Seam /Jerusalem (2012), Maerzmusik /Berlin (2011), Videoformes/France (2010), Petah Tikva Art Museum /Israel (2009), Tel Aviv Art Museum (2009), Netwerk Centre for Contemporary Art /Belgium (solo 2008), Torino film festival /Italy (2007), Pesaro film festival (2009 italy), Icon film festival (2009 Israel), Split film festival (Croatia 2009), Ars Electronica /Linz (mention of honor 2007), Liverpool Biennial (2006), Rencontres Internationales-Madrid-Berlin-Paris (2006-2012), La Biennale Architecture /Venice (2004), Transmediale /Berlin (2003).
Music and recordings appear on the labels Crónica (Portugal), False Ind (Tel Aviv) and have also appeared on Mille Plateaux (Frankfurt-Berlin), Sub Rosa (Belgium), Rail Cables (Manchester), AK Duck (Jerusalem), Earsay (Tel Aviv), Nana Disc (Tel Aviv) Hed Arzi (Tel Aviv) Heart & Crossbones (Tel Aviv)
Photo: David Lev Ari