Ilit Azoulay (b. 1972 in Jaffa–Tel Aviv, Israel; lives and works in Berlin) makes large-scale photomontages composed of images obtained through extensive research. Altering the photographic perspective, these works uncover unseen visual information and enable alternative vantage points within familiar fields of knowledge. Azoulay’s artistic practice is contextual and may often be perceived as a Gesamtkunstwerk comprising, in addition to photography, conceptual components, architectural interventions, and elements of sound, video, or performance.

Azoulay’s work has been exhibited extensively around the world, including her most recent project, Queendom, for the Israeli Pavilion at the 59th Biennale Arte in Venice (2022).