A multi-disciplinary, museum-dependent art experience that delves into past consciousness, collective memory and the subconscious. Four independent artists from the dance and performance fields turn the Bible Lands Museum of ancient civilizations into a stage for contemporary and original artworks about memory, consciousness and identity. After diving into the depths we will take off for a dream party. We invite you to an intimate, magical and consciousness expanding evening.
Reflections by Sigal Armoza – Premiere
A creation about the dream as a personal and universal human experience that reflects emotional conditions from the repressed subconscious to the sublime and the noble. Contemporary dance combined with live deejaying
“he Forest Child’ by Natalie Dvir
Poetic dance of dolls about the human need to hold on to fear. Combined with live music played by cellist Reli Margalit
The Face Behind the Face by Mia Yogal – Premiere
Solo work for a woman creating out of life itself. Noa wanders in a different existential space, in a place where the social order unravels and challenges the existing order.
Slice by Sophia Krantz
Solo for a woman and her rhythms, moving between memory and imagination, between present and past, girl, woman, associations,memories and personal and social symbols.