According to Arik Levy “Creation is like an uncontrolled muscle”. Born in Tel-Aviv in 1963, Arik Levy is an artist, technician, photographer, designer, video artist. His skills are multi-disciplinary and his work is displayed in the most prestigious museums and art galleries worldwide. He is very well-known for his sculptures – such as his signature “rocks” – installations and limited-edition design objects. Levy nevertheless believes that “the world is about people, not objects.” He moved to Europe after his first participation in a group sculpture exhibition in Tel-Aviv in 1986. Levy currently works and lives in Paris. His education was unconventional. In 1991, after attending courses at the European Art Centre in Switzerland, he distinguished himself for his Industrial Design projects. After a stint in Japan, where he consolidated his experience, Levy returned to Europe to explore other fields – such as contemporary dance and the opera, designing sets for these sectors. After founding his own firm, he went back to his first loves: art and industrial design. Arik Levy continues to contribute significantly with public works that occupy the environment in harmony with it and are suited for multiple uses. “Life is a system of signs and symbols,” he claims “where nothing is quite as it seems”.