Ethan was born in Paris and immigrated to Israel in 2008 at the age of 10. He spent his childhood and youth in Jerusalem on “Har homa” in a religiously observant family. Upon immigrating to Israel, he began studying at the “yemin Orde” boarding school near the settlement of Ein Hod. In his studies as a young boy he experienced the language difficulties and the barrier that stood between him and the environment and therefore began to draw and illustrate experiences and messages that became a product of communication with himself and with others. This action revealed to him that he expresses himself and his world in line and color and was the catalyst for the discovery of an autodidact power that he once possessed. With the help of this power, he began to cross the boundaries of artistic expression and influence into a figurative and expressive personal style that corresponds with the pop art style, saturated with bright colors, unfiltered intensity of emotions and the creation of unique images.
The viewer of the performance and passing by it will notice the movement as if we are passing by a moving landscape as we move. This action creates a seeming movement that increases the seeming static of life, because there is not a single moment in them and not a second that does not have change and change.
Eitan Amram and his current achievement in creation and expression is at the beginning of his future path. The experience he gained with his natural self-confidence led him to aspire to break through barriers and experiment in every way that he can harness the rules and materials to his ambitions, which have no ceiling. Creation and expression which he owes to the embryonic period in which he experienced the tension between himself and the human environment. He crossed that barrier with his skills and desire to communicate through creative means, which are the universal language in which gender and cultural boundaries can be crossed in a pacifist and human-loving relationship.
figuratrip opening 03 february 2019
Writer and editor: Yoel Amet – member of the Association of Journalists in the academic sector