Arik Ramot studied photography at "Camera Obscura" & Odesea" photography schools in Israel, "Speos" photography school in Paris, and attended master classes with renowned contemporary photographers.
 
Arik Ramot exhibited his work in several solo and group exhibitions in Israel.
 
"Photography is a tool that enables me to explore the boundaries of our existence as well as the thin line that separates reality from imagination. By exposing new "layers" of reality to the spectator, the familiar and routine scenes become sometimes estranged and odd, unveiling the "core" of oneself and raises new questions regarding the perception of "truth".                    
 
The transformation of real situations, approaching the boundaries of matter, light and patterns, creates new opportunities for the spectator to test his hidden and subtle feelings and enable him to find a new "real" or "imaginary" reality that takes him closer to his basic self."