Anatomy of (un) Holding
On the floor, a body, woman
Falling, folding, laying, exists.
The body makes space for what is perceived as invisible.
It is a common space to slow down for a moment and ask-
Is the silent or the inanimate are real?
The gaze is invited to listen to the shapes,
Allow the shivering to reverberate in the eyes,
Spending time in muscular-emotional thoughts about when and what we hold on to?
Choreography by Shani Bar Dimri
Performance by Rotem Greenberg
Light and Sound design: Omer Boulanger Cohen
Dramaturgy: Doron Gallia-Kind
Production: Sigal Dahan
The creation got supported by Independent Makers Foundation, and the creation started as part of 1|2|3- a development program for emerging choreographers in Suzanne Dellal Centre. The program was established with the assistance of the Lottery Council for Culture and the Arts.
Special thanks to Keren Zohar who took and moved the first steps of this creation with me. To my family, my partner Yehonatan for the support and to my Peleg who teach me every day about motherhood, breaking, learning and great love.