- (Jerusalem, 1980) is a sculptor and filmmaker who lives and works in Berlin. Both his time-based works and installations focus on the manner in which political ideologies of individuals intertwine with personal stories, and the way in which they form social relations within private and public sphere.
- Gruber is a graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris and of the Higher Institute of Fine Arts (HISK) in Ghent. His work has received funding from, among others, the Ostrovsky Family Fund, New York, the Berlin Senate, Outset Contemporary Art Fund, and the Rothschild Foundation. Upon graduating in Paris, he received the first prize from ‘Les amis des beaux-arts de Paris’. His future, solo exhibitions include the Museum of Natural History, Berlin (2018) and the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw (2018). His films have been featured in festivals, including the Berlinale Film Festival (2016) and the International Short film Festival of Oberhausen (2016).
- In 2017, Gruber won the Feature Expanded development award at Lo schermo dell’arte Film Festival, Florence.
Today at U–jazdowski
directed by Urszula Antoniak, Netherlands/ Germany/ Poland 2017, 85' (English friendly)