Naama Roth (b. 1989) is a mixed media artist based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Her works are “building blocks” of color and form, constructed with low-cost industrial materials that are frequently used in home design and furnishings, most of which serve as substitutes for luxurious materials (such as wallpapers imitating wood or marble). These materials reflect a specific locality – the Israeli one, whose decorative aesthetic lacks a notable history and is composed of mixed cultural identities. Through 3D and 2D works, Naama is able to create a parallel environment in which high is low and vice versa. Naama holds a BFA from the Shenkar College of Art and is a graduate of Les-Arcades School of Arts, Paris. Naama’s work has been exhibited in local and international exhibitions as well as featured in numerous publications including Wallpaper Magazine, C-print and the Culture Trip.