Hila Amram is an Israeli artist lives and works in Tel Aviv. Hila received her degree from the Bezalel Academy of Arts, Jerusalem in 2002. Her works been exhibited in some group exhibitions. Her first solo exhibition called "Crystal Garden" has been shown in the Ramat-Gan Museum of Art.
Her work expresses a strong affinity to Nature and wonder at its innovation that are manifested in her exploration of its magic.
Hila makes connections between science and art, communicating with science and integrating pre-modern scientific perceptions with contemporary science. As part of her subjective scientific research, Hila collects and assembles data and materials, conducts experiments, performs hybridizations and grafts, etc., creating contemporary versions of Cabinets of Curiosities (the first art collections that were eclectic collections of objects, set for presentation according to arbitrary principles, without separation between natural and anthropological items).