Ella Kandel is a research based artist, who works in installation, sculpture, prints, and any material or medium the project requires. Her works have been shown in museums, galleries, fairs, and alternative spaces. She is a recipient of several awards and a full-coverage fellowship for graduate study at Rutgers University. She completed her MFA in Visual Art at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of Art (2021). She received a BFA in Multidisciplinary Art from Shenkar College (2013) and studied at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (2012). She is a founding member of the art collective Anti Mehikon and collaborated with artists, designers, and scientists. From 2015 to 2019, Kandel taught art in Studio Adi Lidor – a contemporary ceramics school. Kandel works with discarded artifacts to create sculptures and installations that explore structures of society and the mind. Her works aim to thoughtfully create relationships between space object and body that are open to different extents and connections and allow for contemplation. Kandel  lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.