Reut Ferster's art deals with her daily life and her nearby surrounding.
Pestering questions about the nature of contemporary art, its language, its representations and the political 'game' involved in it, rises from her works. Relationships between everyday life as a woman and time management as an artist is repeatedly discussed in her creations.
Reut's studio is located in an old fashion accessories store on one of Tel-Aviv's busy streets. The shop has been for three generations under the management of her family. Among dozens of boxes of accessories, decorative studs, buttons and buckles she creates a bubble of art. Out of childhood memories of Sisyphean work during the holidays, noises and sounds of workers, shoppers and vendors, street traffic and space density she corresponds with the place, she's attracted to it but at the same time opposes to it.