Shahar Kramer (b. 1995, Jerusalem) is a social sculptor and curator. In addition to her practice, Kramer works as the art editor for Granta Hebrew, the Hebrew edition of the British literature magazine Granta. She received her BFA from The School of Visual Arts (NY,) with honors, in Spring 2020. Her work has been exhibited in group shows at Kunstraum Gallery, Brooklyn, Lichtspiele, Leipzig, Tel Aviv Museum, Israel, Alte Handelsschule, Leipzig, with a solo show at Cinematek, Tel Aviv and a guest speaker and exhibitor at the New Media Art Conference 2020, CICA Museum, Seoul, South Korea. Kramer often works with communities to build public spaces where culture and ideas can interchange to its advances. One of her public installations was a project done in collaboration with earth builder/ constructor Michael Baranov, the Buihno Creative Lab and the municipal of Beja, Portugal, in which they built benches across the town of Messejana utilizing rammed earth techniques and local soil. She is the co-founder and curator of The Empty Space — an artist-run space in Tel Aviv that ran through lockdowns utilizing the empty spaces vacant stores have left behind, offering artists to take over the space for a period of 1-14 days. Her works and writings have been published in Granta, Portfolio, Erev Rav and Vellum Magazine. She is the recipient of the MACAA Student Award.