Ruth Patir fuses documentary with computer-generated imagery in a quest to expand the possibilities of realism. Ruth’s works often begin with the artist’s autobiography, and gradually open up to address larger societal issues, such as the politics of gender, technology, and the hidden mechanisms of power. Ruth received her MFA in New Genres from Columbia University in New York (2015) and her BFA from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem (2011). Her recent solo show, titled "My Father in the Clouds" (2022), was presented at the Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv. In this project, the artist confronts her personal relationship to technology through the grief over her father’s passing. Her 3D animation, “Love Letters to Ruth” (2018), was presented at Hamidrasha Gallery - Hayarkon 19 in Tel Aviv. Her film, "Sleepers" (2017), before winning the Video and Experimental Cinema and Video Art Award at the Jerusalem Film Festival, was shown at Danspace Project in New York on former president Trump's inaugural day in office. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, the Petach Tikva Museum of Art, the Anthology Film Archive in New York, the Flux Factory in New York, and more. Patir’s work is part of institutional collections such as the Centre Pompidou, Paris, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv. She is represented by Braverman Gallery in Tel Aviv.