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Animation (MA)

Noam Paul

Noam Paul is an animator, graphic designer, and illustrator born and raised in Tel Aviv.

Influenced by poetry, choreography, and the abstract, Noam strives to find new and poetic ways to tell a story in her work.


B.des in the Visual Communication department, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem.


Student exchange at the Universität der Künste, Berlin.


MA in the Animation program, Royal College of Art, London.

Degree Details

School of CommunicationAnimation (MA)RCA2023 at Battersea and Kensington

RCA Kensington, Stevens Building, Ground floor


Driven by a profound passion for poetry and moving image art, Noam Paul devoted her work this year to establishing a connection between these two forms of expression, drawing upon her background as a graphic designer.

During her studies at the RCA, Noam embarked on an exploration to discover new approaches in weaving poetic narratives by integrating typography, illustration, and timeline elements.

At the core of her project lies the question of how to visually justify text in time-based works. Noam conducted an in-depth investigation into the rationale behind utilizing a timeline as a distinctive choice, departing from conventional book formats.

The culmination of her creative odyssey materialized in "Tales From Our Separate Worlds," an affectionate love poem dedicated to a beloved partner after a decade of intertwined lives. The film celebrates the profound beauty found within their togetherness while mourning the gradual fading of the subject amidst the couple's symbiotic bond.