About HB Team / Past: HomeBase Project was founded by Artist, curator and researcher Anat Litwin in 2006 has evolved in collaboration with fierce and talented team members, artists and cultural leaders who have devoted immense talent, time and passion towards the co-creation, facilitation and realisation of the project over the years. Team members work has stemmed from the belief in the artistic vision, social urgency and meaningful HomeBase living experience. A list of HB team members from past years HB projects is featured with gratitude and sincere appreciation, in city section, by project (roll down navigation bar).

Current HB Team Members:

Anat Litwin - Artist, Founding Director 

Anat Litwin is an artist, curator and researcher, founding director of the HomeBase Project (2006-Current, NYC / Berlin / Jerusalem / Saitama). Anat graduated from the Bezalel Art Academy of Fine Art and Design, in the department of Fine Arts (2001) and holds an M.F.A from Hunter College, NYC, in the department of Fine Arts (2005). She is the recipient of the 2013 Andy Warhol Fellowship for Curatorial Research, with an International study titled “Roundtable Residency Research,” focusing on the topic of Future Urban Residency Models which function as a catalyst for social and urban change. Her social-based artistic hosting initiatives centered around the HomeBase Project have been featured in cultural platforms such as Volta art fair (Basel 2011/NY 2011), Res Artis (Tokyo, 2012), Microresidency Forum (2012/2014/2015) and recently at the Um El Fahem Museum conference on Art Residencies as a Catalyst for Social Change. Anat is currently a PhD candidate in the department of Urban and Regional Planning at the Technion Institute, where she is researching the agency of Artistic Hosting in the Neoliberal City.

​Nikki Hendrikx - Co-Producer 
Nikki Hendrikx is a coordinator and cultural producer in the creative field, with a Bachelor degree in Art Management. Hendrikx is based in Berlin, Germany, where she works closely with artists, curators and cultural entrepreneurs on various projects and fields; from Artists-in-Residency programs to documentaries, performances and multidisciplinary festivals. Hendrikx is involved with HomeBase Project for the past five years in various capacities, currently involved as producer of HB Saitama 2016 and HB Archive. Previous to that she worked as the manager of HomeBase LAB Berlin 2011 - 2013, under which HBBuild Residencies and the HB Festival took place. Parralel to her work at HB Project she isCurrently she is working on the production for the documentary ‘26 de Diciembre’ taking place in Madrid (ES). 

Galia Malovrotsky - Legal Advisor
Galia is a Lawyer and professional mediator with vast experience in culture and the arts. She is the owner of a law firm which provides consulting and mediation services as well as representation in the field of intellectual property. Clients include artists, artisan's unions and producers, negotiations as well as representing copyright interests in the fields of cinema, music and the arts. She has worked for The Israel Union Of Performing Artists as a manager for the promotion of the artist's status as well as a legal consultant for The Union's members. This position included running programs for the empowerment of artists by expanding their legal knowledge.  

Sally Krysztal Kramberg - Co-Creator, HB Exhibition & Pavilion
is a multidisciplinary artist, born in Paris, and  based in Tel-Aviv. She graduated from the Midrasha Beit Berel College of Art, yet studied various practices and skills including Photography and Jewelry, while acquiring skills in hand made crafts from various cultural traditions.Her works are often defined by images based on self-portraits, however the figurative representation merely serves as a point of departure from which ways of interpreting the "self" off to freer avenues, exploring wider psychological and social questions regarding gender, tradition and social structure, often from the standpoint of an immigrant or outsider. Applying a sensual, craft oriented and conceptual  approach, her videos, multimedia work and performances carry a hybrid nature, and a haunting quality drawing from the tension of the individual opposed to the group. Sally’s works have been exhibited in various venues, galleries and museums in Israel and abroad , and are part of established collections such as the Israeli Museum and Brandes collection. https://www.sallykrysztal.com/