Arlene Rabinowitz


Born 1959 in South Africa, based in Israel. Self-taught artist with main interest in visual music art, and Synaesthesia in the arts. Resided in numerous game reserves for the past three decades.
Studied Fine Art at Unisa (South Africa) in 1991 and has continued drawing to music and exploring the relationship between sound and art in realism drawings as well as in abstract art.
The art revolves broadly around the synthesis between drawing, music and light in the fields of nature, science, and Synesthesia in the arts.
Emphasis is on progressive evolving conceptual art and visual Synesthetic experiences.
Currently working with drawings on paper, (pastel) new media art, animation and video art.

Formal Study
1971 – 1980 Bat Dor school of Dance Tel Aviv Israel- Classical Ballet,
Modern Dance and Jazz; Theory of Music (Dance)
1990 –1996 Fine Art (FA) BA Unisa South Africa University


1994 Bedford Gallery Wildlife Art, Paintings Collective exhibition
1993-1995 Sandton Square, collective exhibit, various art works

1996 The Space Gallery, Solo Exhibition, ‘Home’. Graphite drawing and
Light show.
2001 Net Art Agricola de Cologna – On line Exhibition Mirror to the bottom
Grahamstown Arts Festival 28th June
Kids Safe Arts Project Cape Town SA

2010 The Flux museum, “Fluxfaceinspace”, 19th Sep 201
First contemporary International group art exhibition in space. Utilizing The Face in Space Program from NASA
2010 Liberty Arts Gallery, Yreka, California, “See the Music/Hear
the Color”: Synaesthesia in Art”. 24th Sep-6th Nov 2010

2012 Fado Festival 19th Oct 2012 Video art collaboration with Antonio Brech
Festival Internacional De Fado De Catalunya-Interfado Fundacion Internacional Artecitta, 19-20 Oct 2012

Research and Study Interests
Synesthesia in the Arts
Creative Sonification of music in visual Fine Art
Visual Music
Painting music
Live Concert drawings
Video Abstract Art Screening
Writings: Essays, anecdotes, Tales
Design prints
Clay, pottery works

Work Experience

Children’s Nature art classes and activities (1998-2001)
Art workshops – group activities - visual music - drawings

  • Education
    • Unisa University of South Africa BA (FA) Fine Art