// about //
Ariel Caine is a Jerusalem born (1979) artist and researcher currently living in London. He is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths University and a Project coordinator at Forensic Architecture.
Utilizing emerging spatial computational photographic processes and developing methodologies of collaborative imaging practices, Ariel’s work explores the co-constitutive relations of state, religious nationalism, memory and imaging technology, seeking to expose and challenge the ways in which the photographic apparatus is embedded in the construction of our reality.
Ariel’s works have been exhibited and collected internationally.