Uri Tuchman graduated in Fine Art from the Academy of Art and Design, Bezalel in Jerusalem, and studied at the Slade School of Art in London, in an exchange student program.
His works have been exhibited at Armature Gallery, New York; Gvirol Gallery, Tel Aviv; as part of the Black Box platform, Cranes Gallery, Jerusalem; at the Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv; at the 48 Hours film project, Jerusalem and more.
He currently lives and works in Berlin.
In his videos, Uri Tuchman practises various techniques of manual crafts in the fields of carpentry, blacksmithing, engraving and more. He uses today's online platform as a means of practicing and preserving ancient crafts that interest him.
Uri Tuchman is creating sculptural objects of varying degrees of absurdity such as automata and small machinery.
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Uri's chosen Charity is:
"We at the Federal Association for Dyslexia and Dyscalculia e. V. tirelessly support the concerns of people with dyslexia and arithmetic disorders and their families."