Idit Nissenbaum (b. 1990) was born and raised in Israel. She holds a BFA in Photography & Video from School of Visual Arts where she received the Chairman’s Merit Award, and has also studied photography at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.
Nissenbaum has developed an immensely rich, colorful and curious practice at the intersection of aesthetic, science and spirituality. Her light installations transform the space and explore light, vision and movement, Heightening the viewer's perceptual awareness and encouraging self-reflection.
Nissenbaum’s mission is to be in service to awaken peace for humanity through visual art, sound, healing, education, and to reconnect people to sacred wisdom traditions and indigenous knowledge.
Nissenbaum had two solo exhibitions in NYC and one show in Tel-Aviv and was selected for the competitive Mentors program where she worked closely with artist Adam Fuss. Her editorial photography has been published in The Cut for New York Magazine, and she is the recipient of multiple awards including the Alumni Scholarship Award at SVA and The Con Artist Residency..