Ira Eduardovna is a video installation artist and filmmaker, who was born in Uzbekistan and immigrated to Israel at the age of ten. She currently lives and works in New York.
Eduardovna’s work reconstructs narratives of autobiographical nature and examines issues of migration and displacement through non-linear storytelling.
Eduardovna is the recipient of numerous awards including the New York Foundation for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts grant for film and electronic media, PAIS Israel Lottery Council Grant for Culture and the Arts, The Ostrovsky Family Fund, Jerome foundation travel and study grant, Artis Exhibition Grant.
Her solo exhibitions include The Israel Museum (Jerusalem, Israel) Chelouche Gallery (Tel Aviv, Israel) Loop Video art Fair (Barcelona, Spain), Cuchifritos Gallery NYC, Momenta Art (Brooklyn, NY), FUTURA center for contemporary Art (Prague, Czech Republic).
Her video installations are in collections in Israel and abroad including the Israel Museum, The Tel Aviv Museum, Haaretz Collection and private collections.
She holds an MFA from Hunter College, New York since 2012.
The Iron Road
2021, two channel video installation
On Foreign Made Soles
2018, seven channel video installation
A Thousand Years
2014, three channel video installation
2014, single channel video
The Cherry Orchard
2013, two channel video installation
That. There. Then.
2012, six channel video installation
Princess or Tiger
2010, eight channel video installation
Chekhov street #5
2010, six channel video installation
The Library Room
2009, two channel video installation