Issue #7

  1. Introducing SIX + GENDERS

  2. My Golem, Her Tower

  3. Do You Know Anshl, the Yeshive Bokher?

  4. Centers of Gravity

  5. This Rumor of Darger's Armies of Girls

  6. My Body is a Prophet

  7. Radical Pleasures and Radical Critique

  8. Let It Bleed, Rona and I

  9. Table for Eleggua, Table for Elijah

  10. Standing Beneath Sinai

  11. Voluminous Absence: Rosemary Mayer’s “Shekinah” and “Bat Kol”

  12. My Own Silence

  13. License to Opacity

  14. "In the future there will be no such creatures like me."

  15. Tefillin Tikkun HaKlali

  16. Talmud Gender Codex

My Own Silence

Roey Victoria Heifetz

My Own Silence, Graphite, ink and charcoal on paper, 65 x 225 cm, 2019.

Roey Victoria Heifetz lives and works in Berlin. Heifetz has exhibited in numerous international groups and solo exhibitions around the world, including solo exhibitions “The Teacher’s Nap,” Künstlethaus Betahanien, Berlin; “Victoria,” The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, and “Third Body,” Ann and Ari Rosenblatt Prize winning exhibition, Tel Aviv and Venice  Biennale (Israel Pavilion 2019). Heifetz also finished a one-year residency at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, the Fountainhead residency in Miami, the 18th street Art Center Residency in Los Angeles, and Residency Unlimited in New York. Roey Victoria Heifetz is a grant and scholarship recipient from Lotto Stiftung, Berlin; Mifal Hapais Art Scholarship, Israel; Rudolf Augstein Stiftung, Germany; Kunstlerhaus Bethanien Artist Residency, Berlin, Germany; Artis organization, New York, USA; Artist-Teacher Award, Culture Ministry, Government of Israel.  Additionally, in 2018 Heifetz was awarded the Ann and Ari Rosenblatt Award for visual artists and was nominated as a finalist for the Marianne Werefkin Award for Women Artists. Heifetz studied at the Bezalel Academy for Arts and Design in Jerusalem (BFA, MFA) and at the School of the Museum of Fine Art in Boston, USA. She is a guest editor for this issue of PROTOCOLS.