Observing construction sites in Manhattan, I interpret them in a broader context of resurrection and transformation. I am interested in the surface aspect of architecture as a reflection of the times, and in exposing inaccessible views and things that are not ordinarily considered beautiful. The grandeur of construction is reduced to frames showing the materials and process. Revealing the craft of building is parallel to the way my brushstrokes reveal the craft of painting.
Born in Jerusalem, Israel, and based in New York City, Noa holds an MFA Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts and a BFA Fine Arts from the Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem. Noa participated in Art Omi International Artists Residency, the AIM program at the Bronx museum, Yaddo artist colony at Saratoga Springs, Triangle Arts Workshop in Brooklyn, Lower East Side Rotating Studio Program and the Keyholder Residency at the Lower East Side Printshop. Her work was exhibited internationally, in venues such as Wave Hill Center, the Bronx Museum and Haifa Museum of Art, Israel.