Nitzan Bartov (NITZU.ME) is a Brooklyn/Tel-Aviv based architect, game-designer and artist.
Reflecting here movement between mediums, her work is a mashup of architecture, spatial storytelling, and pop culture.
Her projects and collaborations have been exhibited at international festivals and conferences such as TriBeCa Film Festival (Storyscapes honorable mention), Wired reality - Art && Code (CMU), Sundance New Frontier, SXSW, Grey Area Festival, Versions conference, Steamer Salon Festival (TLV). Her works were presented at Institutions such as School of Art Institute of Chicago, Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts (Jerusalem), and were displayed at The Current Museum , NYC Center for Architecture , Hazel and Robert H. Siegel Gallery at Pratt Institute, Hansen House Gallery (Jerusalem), Tel Aviv Cinematheque, and were featured on the New Yorker, Huffington Post, Vice, Wired, The Verge, FRAME magazine, designboom, dezeen, ANIMAL New York, and Haaretz.
Nitzan has a B.Arch from Tel Aviv University. She taught at Pratt Institute GAUD, mentored at the Kill Screen Scholars Program and a former NEW INC member and Current Museum resident.