Neta Pulvermacher on Between Heaven and Earth: Ma’ayan Horesh and Idan Cohen

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Neta Pulvermacher considers the importance of storytelling in response to Ma’ayan Horesh’s What Happened to Cain? and Idan Cohen’s Orfeo in the Between Heaven and Earth Festival. Read more

Annabelle Dvir on Curtain 2: Adi Boutrous and Andrea Constanzo Martini

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Annabelle Dvir is sent on an associative journey following the performance of Curtain 2: Always is Here by Adi Boutrous and SCARABEO: Angles and the Void by Andrea Costanzo Martini. *Text in Hebrew.Read more

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