Photo: Neven Allgeier

Nadia Perlov’s practice is rooted in the research of cultural history, language, and culture as a means of production, focusing on the flow of migratory cultures, exploring narratives and identities in relation to politics, architecture,  territory, and aesthetics. Perlov draws lines between Jewish history and the cultural-political discourse of decolonisation in Israel-Palestine.
She uses video, narration, animation, collage, costume making, dance, and music to gaze critically and humorously across broad historical movements.