Rami Maymon (°1976) uses diverse media such as photography, installation and video. Maymon explores concepts such as originality and authenticity and is interested in the relationship between the signifier and the meaning, between art and the banality of life. Moreover, the artist considers the medium of photography as a phenomenon that itself requires research; its changing status over time, the mechanisms of production and control that photography entails, and the relationship between photography and the more general background of art and culture. He deconstructs, paints, draws, hides, reveals, adds, erases, designs and rewrites. Particularly interesting is the conversation that arises between the original work and the new destination in which it is presented. Maymon's work revolves around the tension between two- and three-dimensionality.