Anatomy of (un) Holding

A short creation born out of a private moment. A moment when I wrote to myself during the hormonal storms of first motherhood and home quarantine - "Sometimes I'm alive and sometimes I play dead." The solo asks about time (duration, staying), patience, physical compression, forms or aesthetics of holding-on.

Choreography Shani Bar Dimri

Performance Keren Zohar

Light by Omer Boulanger Cohen

Music Zauberberg- Kassel Jaeger, Stephan Mathieu, Akira Rabelais

The work created as part of 1|2|3 A development program for emerging choreographers in Suzanne Dellal Center. The program was established with the assistance of the Lottery Council for Culture and the Arts.

Photographer: Anne-Sylvie Bonnet
Photographer: Anne-Sylvie Bonnet

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Photographer: Anne-Sylvie Bonnet
Photographer: Anne-Sylvie Bonnet

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Photographer: Anne-Sylvie Bonnet
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