Michal Heimann (1954-), Interdisciplinary artist, curator, and lecturer. Born in Tel Aviv, Israel in 1954. Lives and works in Tel Aviv. Studies: 1977-79 Hadassah College, Jerusalem, photography; 1982-84 Art Teachers College, Ramat Hasharon. Prizes and Awards: 199 America Israel Cutural Foundation, Sharett Scholarship; 1994 MacGeorge Fellowship, Melbourne; 1996 Minister of Education and Culture Prize; 1997 Minstry of Education and Culture Prize for Visual Arts; 23 Ministry of Education and Culture Prize for Encouragement of Creative Art; The Enrique Kavlin Photography Prize for 22-3, The Israel Museum; 24 Kabilio Prize for Photography, Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Solo Exhibitions: 25 “I Was There,” Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York, NY; Arles Rencontres De La Photography, curated by Francois Hebel, Arles, France; 24 Photo Rape, Curated by Galia Yahav, Tel Aviv; What's on your mind?, M.H.T. No. 3, Curated by Atay Citron Acre Fringe Festival for Theatre; 1995 Michal Heiman Test – First Diagnosis, Noga Gallery, Tel Aviv; 1994 M.H.T., Ian Potter Gallery, Melbourne University, Australia 1989; Sorting (installation), Bograshov Gallery, Tel Aviv; Sorting Undersigned (installation), Julie M Gallery, Tel Aviv; 1988 Paintings, Bograshov Gallery, Tel Aviv 1986; Paintings, Meimad Gallery, Tel Aviv. Participated in numerous group exhibitions. Curatorial Experience: 25 Curator of experimental film project “Why Don’t You Say It? In the frame work of The New Israeli Foundation for Cinema & T.V. Herzliya Museum of contemporary Art (Autobiography Project), Israel; 1995 Neither Here nor There, Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv; 1992-1994 Curator of the Camera Obscura Gallery, Tel Aviv.