November

A Series of 18 Limited Edition Prints
Pigment Print on Archival Fine Art Paper

November

November

November is a series of 18 images which I created while grieving the loss of my father. The technique used for this work is etching and aquatint; a process of many stages, requiring time and patience. Etching has a very physical aspect to it: it is messy, tangible and demanding. The time spent on each stage of the process reflects the changes that occurred in me during the course of grieving. 
My Father died in November, my children were born in November, as was I.

“It is a huge danger to pretend that awful things do not happen. But you need enough hope to keep going. I am trying to make hope. Flowers grow out of darkness.”
– Sister Corita Kent (also born in November)

Nomi Geiger was born and raised in Jerusalem and currently lives and works in South Tel Aviv.
Geiger is a graphic designer and artist. She graduated from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem and has been teaching there since 2014. Geiger is the co-founder and partner of Studio Gimel2 for graphic design and branding with an emphasis on the fields of Culture and Art. Among their clients are The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, The Design Museum, Holon, The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Fresh Paint Art Fair, Artport Contemporary Art Center, Tel Aviv, Hazira Theater and Production House, Jerusalem, Liebling House; The White City Center, Tel Aviv, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, The Israel Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture. Alongside her work as a graphic designer, Geiger is a passionate imagemaker, creating personal projects presented here.

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