Danit Ariel's artistic practice explores the themes of love, loss, and the evolution of countercultures. Ariel investigates how we share and hold each other's stories, as well as how art can facilitate new ways of 'meeting', by creating a visual playground of photography, poetry, and moving images. Her work stems from extensive research on the relationship between empathy and artistic practices, in an attempt to dig deeper below the surface, with an emphasis on giving platform to marginalized narratives.

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Tiptoes (2021)

(Picture by Charlotte Brand)

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Danit Ariel (1993) is a Jerusalem-born artist currently living in Brighton. In 2021 she received a BA in Photography from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. Her work has been shown in venues such as PhMuseum Days Festival in Italy, The Regency Town House and Brighton Photo Fringe. In 2021 she was nominated for the KABK Thesis Award, Photography Department Award and Fotofestival Naarden Award. 

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