Tal Rosner


Project :: Year


Classical/Contemporary Music


Music Promo

Large Scale Installation (outdoors)



Family Tree

Tal's first solo exhibition took place at the Tenderpixel Gallery in London. Family Tree is a seven channel video installation in which a display of family photographs is transformed into a digital wall of pulsating rhythms. Dealing with personal recollections and the perception of memory re-learnt, a microcosm of relationships is formed between the abstract and the real, landscapes and body-parts, interiors and exteriors, colours and shapes. Combining synchronised monitors and projectors, Tal creates a double-layer of image perception: one coming from 'within' the screens (monitors) and one overlaid on top (projectors). Exploring and widening the possibilities of combining these forms of technology, the show elevates them to a new, unique and highly kinetic level of co-existence.

Family Tree

Format: 7 synchronised DVD Channels, 8 min (loop).

Sound by Tal Rosner.
Inspired by a poem by Rozalie Hirs.
Featuring Leigh de Vries.

Patron: Jenny Hall, with the support of Arcadi. Produced by B&W Films (Rosa Bosch and James Pout), UK-France-USA 2010.

Above: Family Tree (excerpt), QuickTime, 6.4mb.

First Show: 11 February - 6 March 2010/Tenderpixel Gallery/London/UK.