If you are an artist, contribute an essay about your artwork and life for the new book:
Zionist Artists in a Networked World / אמן ציונים בעולם מרושת.
Your autobiographical essay should explore your life and art making in relation to Zionism and the ubiquitous networked world that intertwines life in Israel, life as a Jew in the Diaspora, and new directions in the arts emerging globally in our postdigital age. Chapters should be e-mailed to the book's editors: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Submit your chapter as a Word document between 4,000 and 6,000 words.
The introductory essay for the book by Alexenberg (in Hebrew above and in English below) explores interrelationships between contemporary Zionism, the structure of Jewish consciousness, and art in the networked world of a posdigtial age. Other exemplary essays by Michael Bielicky, Shalom Gorewitz, Menachem Wecker, and Alan Kaufman written for the book are also posted on this blog.