Michal Rovner (b. 1957, Israel) lives and works between New York City and a farm in Israel. Rovner’s work in video, sculpture and installation creates a chain of associations from the poetic to the political. In her work, masses of people move in rhythmic patterns that appear both orderly and disorderly, creating a new complex language. Her works about time and the human condition touch on processes of archeology and science. Rovner's work has been exhibited worldwide in over fifty solo exhibitions including a mid-career retrospective at the Whitney Museum of Art, New York, and Histoires (2011), a solo exhibition in three parts at the Musee du Louvre in Paris. Site specific video installations created by Rovner include: Mutual Interest (1997) at the Tate Gallery, London; and Cracks in Time (2012) at Castello di Rivoli, Turin. Rovner has been represented by Pace Gallery since 2003.