Michal Rovner (Tel Aviv, Israel, 1957) studied cinema, television and philosophy at Tel-Aviv University and was awarded a BFA in Photography and Art from the Bezalel Academy. In 1978, she co-founded the Camera Obscura School of Art, a photography, video, film and digital art school in Tel Aviv. Ten years later she moved to New York. In November 2007, the America-Israel Cultural Foundation (AICF) presented Rovner with the Aviv Award in New York in recognition of her artistic achievements. In June 2008 she received an honorary PhD in Philosophy from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 2009, Ivorypress Space hosted the exhibition Frequency, her first show in Spain. Rovner’s work combines photography, video, film and digital art.