Light up your space
in the spotlight it deserves with
Chen Taoz's light sculptures
Whether it's a luxury residence, boutique hotel, gallery or public space you're building or renovating, you can imbue your project with an inspiring glow with unparalleled illuminated art.
In her atelier of light the works of Taoz transcend illumination itself; They are gateways to the minds and souls of extraordinary people who shaped the course of human civilization.
In addition to the sculptures that will illuminate your space, this is the opportunity to incorporate in the exterior or interior of the building an illuminated artistic gesture centered on an inspiring figure, or a personal story that will be recognized in an unforgettable light sculpture.
Get to know Chen Taoz's atelier
Amaterasu in the Museum of Man & Living
Curated by Rotem Kaplan and Niv Nodelman
An extraordinary meeting between humans, animals and art in a new exhibition for the whole family Land & Sea.
Chen Taoz's light sculptures were chosen by the curators for the first and opening space of the exhibition, which is currently on display until 5/2024 at the Museum of Man and Living. Like shells in nature, the sculptures are also created in a repetitive movement that seems accurate at first glance, but upon further observation you can notice the differences that indicate the natural formation in the case of the shells or made by the artist in the creation of the luminous sculptures.
A light sculpture for a square in Zikhron Ya'akov local council | Project in progress
A light sculpture for a square in a new neighborhood in Zikhron Ya'akov. The sculpture will be made of Corten steel with a dynamic concept of light and shadow and with reference to natural light from the sun and LED strings which are an essential part of the work and its metaphorical meanings. The sculpture is currently in the process of planning and development in the studio for the local council. Expected placement: 5.2024
Light sculptures for boutique residences lobby in Jaffa | Project in progress
Boulevard, high standard real estate
During a private visit to Chen Taoz's solo exhibition, the management team at the Boulevard company was excited by the Amaterasu installation and decided to introduce special lighting into the lobby of the boutique building that will soon be occupied at 131 Jerusalem Boulevard, Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The light sculptures in the process of production in the studio using advanced technologies with traditional handwork. The ancient golden finish and the artistic touch is evident in every light sculpture and combined with high quality LED lighting, to continue the local story of a vibrant modern atmosphere alongside the historical splendor of Jaffa.
A light sculpture for a TLV luxury apartment
Architect Leah Gott
"We are very satisfied and love the result and we also received a lot of compliments! Thank you", Valerie Geron.
Architect Leah Goth has been looking for a long time for an impressive and unique lighting fixture for her clients. The Big Sister's Jewel creates an elegant and warm atmosphere in the luxury apartment as a piece of art that illuminates the central and first space in the project.
A standing light sculpture for a luxury villa
OMI - Luxury Interior Design
Hen Shai, a designer and the CEO of OMI, a luxury interior design company, asked for light sculptures that would fit the spaces designed in high standard in the Hod Hasharon villa. In the living room shown in the photo, the 1.80 meter tall Amatrasu light sculpture with a glossy finish is creating a superior atmosphere. The sculpture is named after the Japanese sun goddess, and it depicts her journey in the sky and the light she spreads, which is reflected in the way the appearance of the statue changes throughout day and night and is influenced by natural light in combination with LED lighting. The sculptures were adapted to the spaces of the villa designed with high-end furniture from all over the world.
Lighting sculptures for a villa in Mevaseret
Interior designer Yifat Sasson
"You are very talented, the results are far beyond what I imagined!", interior designer Yifat Sasson.
The house was designed in a mid-century style in bright colors and light sculptures in the Big Sister concept, humuristic response to Big Brother by Chen Taoz, that was adapted in contrasting colors and material diversity of metals and hand-blown colored glass. The sculptures designed for the entire space of the first floor are used for practical everyday lighting while introducing the spirit of Wonderland that the designer wanted to create in the spaces of the house.
Amaterasu's Shiny Light for a luxury condo
Architect Shani Zadoki
"Thank you, thank you, thank you. It looks wow... I have no words to thank you for the joy that the lighting sculptures bring me," Jenny Golz.
In the living room space of this art lover client, in addition to light sculptures Chen designed especially for her as a one piece, the wall-mounted light sculptures Amaterasu inspired by the Japanese sun goddess were chosen in warm LED lighting emanates between the slots of the handmade bent brass. The sculptures are turned on by a separate ignition, so the client can turn off the central light to create a completely different atmosphere in the space.
A hanging light sculpture for a luxury condo
Architect Shani Zadoki
"You are a creator from God", Jenny Golz.
In accordance with the bold and creative nature of the client, Chen designed illuminating sculptures for all the spaces of the apartment in a variety of finishes and in a combination of flexible and dynamic asymmetric structures. Big Sister light sculpture was chosen for the kitchen space in a contrasting and cheerful color combination, which illuminates the island with warm lighting and gives a sense of movement that comes from the combination of shapes and colors, inspiring the mind to reach to the stars.
Light Texture, Chen Taoz's solo exhibition
Curated by Dr. Dalia Manor, Vitrina Gallery IL
"The lighting fixtures attached to the wall of this series look like tubes or like small animals that shine from within. These works expand the role of lighting from a functional need to decorative objects that create a mysterious atmosphere in which the light plays a role of "material" emanating from the solid materials, illuminates them from within and affects their surroundings", from the text of the exhibition at Vitrina Gallery in 2022-2023, which was written by the curator Dr. Dalia Manor.
Amaterasu in artistic photography set
Photographer Yaniv Gabay, model ShaharHD
In this project of art photography, the model is wrapped by a suit of light and shadow created by the sculptures. The model instantly becomes a self-illuminated work of art.
Light sculptures can be borrowed from the studio for exhibitions, photographs and special productions by prior arrangement.
Chen Taoz - light artist and lighting designer with a vision
Chen Taoz, born in 1991, graduated from Industrial Design at the Ort Singlovski College in Tel Aviv, graduated from the Incubator for Independent Artists and Designers at the Bat Yam Design Terminal and graduated from the Environmental Sculpture Incubator at the Cube Art School Jerusalem. As a visionary light artist and lighting designer, Taoz's works shine the spotlight on humanity and breathe life into the legacy of artistic masters, philosophers, scientists and leaders, reflecting the course of human civilization.
The global recognition of Chen Taoz is growing with her participation in key events such as "Fresh Paint Fair" in Israel and "Salone Satellite" at the Milan Design Week. In addition, she presented a solo exhibition at the "Vitrina" gallery, which was curated by Dr. Dalia Manor and is currently exhibiting at the "Land & Sea" art exhibition at the Man and Living Museum, curated by Niv Nodelman and Rotem Kaplan. Among her achievements, she won the "Cultural Export of Plastic Art" award from the Foundation for Independent Artists and the Israel Ministry of Culture and Sports.
Taoz illuminates spaces with creativity, passion and professional precision
Using diverse light sources, different temperatures and lighting angles, Chen explores the sublime relationship between material and light, and creates a distinct aesthetic that deeply resonates with human emotion. She creates light sculptures that suit the purpose of the space, the atmosphere and the design style, with the possibility of a unique one-piece inspired by a person or a story or an installation of several sculpted lighting fixtures that will illuminate the space according to its purpose.
Published in the press
The studio has received extensive coverage over the years in Israel and around the world by journalists, reporters and bloggers
who showed interest and curiosity towards Taoz's works, selected reviews appear here - to enlarge, click twice.
Working on a project for 2024-25? It's time to think about illuminated art that will upgrade your space to the highest design level.
In a personal meeting with the light artist Chen Taoz, she will get to know your project and you can be exposed to her unique way of thinking and get a glimpse of how your project will look when illuminated with the light it deserves.
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