Noa Raviv is a Tel Aviv-born, New York-based artist. Having a background as a fashion designer, a soldier, and a math teacher, she is interested in the way in which the body and social systems are intertwined. Looking for patterns and logic, she makes collages, sculptures and installations, creating geometric shapes and complex grids.
Her work has been exhibited internationally in museums and galleries, such as The Israel Museum and Hansen House in Jerusalem, Holon Design Museum in Israel, Boston Museum of Fine Arts and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
She has lectured in universities and art institutions including The Anchorage Museum in Alaska, Glasgow School of Art, RSID in Toronto, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Parsons School of Design and SVA in New York, Shenkar College of Engineering Design and Art in Ramat Gan (Israel) and MODA Design Museum in Atlanta.
Her work has been featured in magazines and publications such as Vogue, The Cut, BBC, Wired, Nylon, Dezeen, Fast Company, and Timeout and The Met Museum's Manus X Machina catalog among others.