Lital Dotan (b. 1979) is a visual artist and playwright.
She is the co-founder and artistic director of Glasshouse ArtLifeLab, an art-house currently based in Brooklyn. Co-founded with Eyal Perry in 2007, Glasshouse is an environment dedicated to performance in the domestic sphere, where she organizes and produces festivals, thematic exhibitions, durational performances, collaborations and residencies.
In 2015 Dotan founded Que sal mah, a clothing brand that merges performance art, choreography and fashion, where clients book a one-to-one performance session culminating in a dress.
Her immersive art works and performances have been exhibited in museums and galleries world-wide such as the Israel Museum, National Museum Cracow, Queens Museum, Haifa Museum, Jewish Contemporary SF to name a few and was featured in magazines such as The NY Times, Hyperallergic, DNA Info, NY Mag, Paper Mag, ArtSlant, Haaretz, Huffington Post, VISION China, TAR Magazine and many more.
Since early in her artistic career, she has collaborated with photographer Eyal Perry who is responsible for the photography in the majority of her work.
An integration of installation, documentation and life her performance narratives are designed to challenge structures and mechanisms across art and society; dissolving and re-imagining through harsh intimacy notions of space, audience, art, value and success.
Dotan published two catalogues under 'Glasshouse Matters' Publishing- The Glasshouse In Retrospective (2011) and '7 Invitations' (2014). In 2016, her essay about performance ecology in NY was published in TAR magazine, hosting artists, curators and organizers who are actively providing platforms for performance in New York, including Aunts, Franklin Furnace's Martha Wilson, The New Museum's Travis Chamberlain, PPL's Esther Neff and many more.
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