French-Israeli artist Jessica Moritz graduated from the academy fine arts of Paris (ENSBA). She won the LVMH young artist award in 2006 and the TAKASAGO prize in 2008. In her vibrant work, Moritz aims to create order in chaos and to establish an equilibrium of harmony. Her work was inspired by former Bauhaus artists like Josef Albers. She currently lives and works in Tel Aviv, where clear traces of this movement are still to be found in the architecture of the city. This compelled the artist to do research into color theory, an inspirational mission that led her to formulate her own unique vision. Moritz is specifically fascinated by the transcendent and captivating qualities of light. In response, she creates a utopian architecture of balanced geometry in which her objects cam be seen as portals to a different plane of existence, a sphere in which the rational mind becomes obsolete. Sustainability is central to her artistic practice. The artist works with reclaimed materials that she gathers on her trips and transforms to give them new purpose and to avoid senseless consumerism.