Ori Lenkinski on Curtain 2: Adi Boutrous and Andrea Costanzo Martini

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A list of thoughts regarding Adi Boutrous’ Always is Here and Andrea Costanzo Martini’s SCARABEO: Angles and the VoidRead more

Nir Degani on Curtain 4: Sahar Damoni and Asaf Aharonson

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Nir Degani’s response to Curtain 4: Sahar Damoni’s Pirgi’in and Asaf Aharonson’s What’s to Come. Read more

Tamar Lamm shares photos of Asaf Aharonson’s What’s to Come

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Tamar Lamm’s photo response to Curtain 4: Asaf Aharonson’s What’s to Come. Read more

Dana Ruttenberg on Curtain 3: Stav Marin and Merav Dagan, and Nadar Rosano

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A visit. An attempt to trap the thoughts that ran through my mind as I watched or came up after- not necessarily about the works rather through them… Because dance has this Rorschachian power to touch already-exposed nerves.Read more

Ayala Frenkel on Curtain 2: Adi Boutrous and Andrea Constanzo Martini

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In both works I saw young choreographers who had found an experienced dancer/collaborator to share the creative process and journey with fully. That is a precious gift in my opinion.
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Yulia Frydin on Curtain 4: Sahar Damoni, Shira Eviatar and Asaf Aharonson

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Yulia Frydin’s poetic response to Curtain 4: Sahar Damoni’s Pirgi’in, Shira Eviatar’s Rising and Asaf Aharonson’s What’s to Come.Read more

Omer Uziel on Curtain Up: Curtain 1- Michal Samama and Tami Leibovits

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Samama, wilderness, lake, horror, death, memorial, stones on a grave, soldiers, uniforms, red, hammer, to hit, to strike, nail, chilling, hurtful, the pelvis, side to side, flipping, unclear…Read more

Omer Uziel on Curtain Up: Always is Here by Adi Boutrous

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Relation is political
To ignore is political
The symmetry is political
The unison is politicalRead more

Anat Katz on Curtain Up: Curtain 3- Come Closer by Merav Dagan and Stav Marin

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Fainting, edginess, heaviness of the abdomen, muscular contractions and shortness of breath- these are just a few of the symptoms associated with the disorder “Female Hysteria”, as it was known in the middle of the 19th century. Read more

Yulia Frydin on Curtain 1: Michal Samama and Tami Lebovits

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I enter the Suzanne Dellal Hall and experience a flashback
To the end of the year celebration of 8th grade, on the theme of “100 years of Zionism”
Somewhere, in the Dora community center, in Netanya City.Read more