Artist, curator, researcher, entrepreneur, active in Israel and abroad, founder and manager of the International HomeBase Project. Anat is a Graduate of the Bezalel Art Academy Visual Art Programme (2001) and holds a M.A in the Arts from Hunter College, NYC (2005). Her works in the medium of paper cut outs and instillation examine the iconic representation of everyday life, while her research is in the field of social art, of the concretisation of utopias via the creation of temporary homes for artists and communities. She managed the 92nd Street\Makor Gallery in NYC and founded and co-managed the Makor and LABA, 14st Y residency program, focusing on curatorship and content building with an emphasis on the social involvement of artists in urban community centers. In 2006 she founded the HomeBase Project, as an independent artist-run initiative, which operates as a traveling residency model, examining the concept of home as a window to the other, while dealing with questions of identity, community, society, sustainability and city. Up to today the project has travelled through Berlin, NYC and Tokyo, and has been presented on such important stages such as the Guggenhein Lab, Res Artis Tokyo, and Volta; it has received recognition in the press (New York Times) and has been hailed by art critics as “a new model for public art”. Anat is the recipient of the 2013 Andy Warhol Fellowship for Curatorial Research. Since her return to Israel she is living in the Baka Neighbourhood, Jerusalem.