Dani Gal (Jerusalem, b. 1975) lives and works in Berlin. His work takes the form of films, sound-works and installations to focus on the production of ideology through the representation of specific historical narratives. Using archival documents, Gal explores the relationship between image, sound and text to illuminate the processes of shaping collective memory. Gal studied at Bezalel Academy for Art and Design in Jerusalem, Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste Stäadelschule in Frankfurt and Cooper Union in New York. His films and installations have been shown at the 54th Venice Biennale; Istanbul Biennale; New Museum, New York; Kunsthalle St. Gallen, Switzerland; The Jewish Museum, New York; Berlinale Forum Expanded; Kunsthaus Zurich; Kunsthalle Wien; Documenta 14; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Club TransMediale Festival Berlin; and Polygon Gallery, North Vancouver (forthcoming in 2024). In 2019, Gal was artist-in-residence with Blood Mountain Projects and research fellow at the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute, and in 2024 Gal will be a fellow inHerit in the Centre for Advanced Studies-Heritage in Transformation, Humboldt University, Berlin.