Selected Works

Born in Tel Aviv, Israel. in 1980, Liron Kroll is a London based, multidisciplinary visual artist. A graduate of the Royal College of Art, the themes of Kroll’s work are based around the elusiveness of normality. She is interested in the inherent contradiction in the need to belong to a social structure, but being simultaneously repulsed by it. She creates uncanny photo-montages that present invented realities and feed off the tension and dissonance created by staging mundane moments in life.

In her creation process, Kroll dismantles and creates visual worlds, she reassembles and builds new realities. A single one of her images may include bits and pieces taken from over hundreds of photos, photographed in different times and places. Thereby Kroll disconnects the supposedly “photographic image” from any standard anchors in time and space.