By MOC on May 7, 2014
The body is unstable or would not have survived. It is just enough unstable to make possible the struggle for equilibrium between its parts.
Mable Elsworth Todd, The Thinking Body
By MOC on May 5, 2014
Friends and colleagues in Amsterdam, come join Orly in her work ‘Kitchen Moves’ on June 7th! Follow the link for more information:
By MOC on April 30, 2014
People who move like animals, machines that move like people; animals that operate the machines. “Your outside is in and your inside is out” revolves around the question of how people form and are formed. How are decisions made?Read more
By MOC on April 22, 2014
Alireza Keymanesh is an Iranian actor and a guest researcher at ArtEZ School of Arts. He started his research at ArtEZ in June 2013, on the subject of “The society’s influence on the human body”, and the similarity of this subject with the influence of Samual Beckett’s scripts on the performer’s body.Read more
By MOC on April 21, 2014
Dances beneath the Oak is a series based upon several physical practices that evolve into choreographic works.
Consequential movement is the second dance of the series.
Consequential movement is a physical practice that sees movement as a chain of events, a waterfall that finds its articulation in the body to spread inspace and time.
By MOC on April 18, 2014
Orly Almi will read her ‘What If Manifesto’ in a conference called Dvar Hayotzer/ The Artist’s Say. The conference takes place on Friday, April 25, 2014, 9:30-13:30 at the Suzanne Dellal Centre that celebrates its 25th birthday.
Towards the conference, a call for proposal was circulated among Israeli choreographers/dance makers to issue/write a manifesto and publicly declare their artistic opinions, motives and intentions.Read more