Yehudit Sasportas' works are both landscapes and visualizations of the subconscious. In drawings, sculpture, architecture, sound and film, she merges the complex structures of virtual and real nature - such as forest clearings and swamps - into large-scale mental landscapes. For many years, Yehudit Sasportas has returned time and again to the residual Dreesberg moor, southwest of Oldenburg, to experience the peculiar and quiet landscape of the nature reserve. Yehudit Sasportas is one of the most significant Israeli artists of the present. In 2007 she represented Israel at the 52nd Venice Biennale. She is Professor at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.