Creative Writing

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Re:Defining Re:Views

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Writer's Workshop

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A Conversation with Ohad Naharin about Kamuyot, Venezuela, Gaga and more

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Why did I call it Venezuela? Actually, I have two stories. I’ll tell you the first one, which is that when I wanted to give the work a name, I took a globe and I rolled it, I closed my eyes and put my finger down. And when I opened my eyes, it was Venezuela. That’s a good story. But that’s not the reason. I made it up. Read more

Diti Ronen on Dualism by Ido Gidron

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A ray of light passes between The two.

Presses side to side, head to head, body to body.

In the illusion of gender the struggle becomes clear, what is between her

And him? Between him and her? Between her and her?Read more

Yuval Gal on Birdy by Lai Hung-Chung

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This couple from Taiwan are incredible. A (certain) technique that is truly grand. I don’t discount it for even a second. I understand the significance of this physicality. It must be said that technique is important, there is nothing like it, it protects the dancer from countless things, moves the dancer and the observer. Technique comes into my body when I use it, sometimes it can become my language, which is not a bad thing. It is something I am aware of. But sometimes it sneaks in like heavy sleep on a long train ride. Read more