Print-making drawing, painting, photography, generated data and robotic technologies are tools used in Grayver artistic practice to explore, retain and express visual information in relation to the digital and machine-based world we live in today. Grayvers work explores the different ways the body and mind perceive not only the visual objects themselves (such as painting), but also the process through which they are created — what is seen as a whole (form) and what is felt as energy (vector)
Liat Gravyer (Israel, 1986) studied privately with David Leviathan before attending the Jerusalem Studio School of Painting and Drawing (JSS) in the Master Class of Israel Hershberg from 2005–07. In 2009, she has been studying at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst (HGB) in Leipzig, and since 2012 she is in the class of H.C. Ottersbach, concentrating on painting but also working in printing techniques. In 2013–14, she was an Erasmus exchange student at the Accademia di Belle Arti (Napoli, Italy). In summer of 2015, Liat has graduated from the Art Academy of Leipzig (Diplom- MFA). She is currently a Meisterscülerin (post-graduate) in the class of Heribert. C. Ottersbach (painting) and parallel in the class of Joacim Blank (Media Art). Since January 2016 Grayver is collaborating with the University of Konstanz on the e-David Project, exploring various approaches to integrat robotic and computer languages in the processes of painting and creative image-making.
Grayer’s academic education is complemented by private studies with artists of renown and various artist residencies. In 2006, she attended the International School of Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture in Umbria, Italy. In 2008 she studied the works of Old Masters in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. She attended the Shiboku Studio in Israel in 2008–09 to study Japanese painting under Kazou Ishii. From 2010–2013, she had private consultations with Neo Rauch in parallel to her studies at the HGB Leipzig. During the summer of 2014, she participated in a printmaking course led by Mary Beth MacKenzie at the Art Student League of New York. Grayver professional experience extended to teaching and giving workshop in various institutions, among others, she gave in 2016 a seminar on painting in the digital era at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), StartLab, Independent activity period (Cambridge, U.S.A).
Various institutions, including ELES Studienwerk, Leonardo scholarship, sachsen Anhalta and the DAAD, have supported Liat Grayver’s work and studies. Her works have been exhibited in galleries and museums alongside artist of renown as Harun Farocki ,Nezaket Ekici and Via Lewandowsky. Grayverֻ's works are part of private and public collections in Europe and Israel. Since 2014, Liat Gravyer is based and working in Berlin.