Seven choreographies for public space, performed during a global pandemic by a group of mix ages.
Emergency Routine activates civic alliances as they are performed between bodies in moments of danger.
performance-based exhibition that examine corporal memory as a mode through which we experience historical narratives and the way they project on present modes of identifications
An online platfort dedicated to a five years collaboration which yielded “Debriefing Sessions”, National Collection”, Choreographies of Power” and the book “Solution 263: Double Agent”
On a pile of rubble, five Public Movement Members perform a composition of movements, derived from their research and training with rescue forces in Israel and Europe
Public Movement goes back to the very first time the military speaks with us, about us: the “personal conversation” in the first summons of the draft process
A book which functions as a methodology, manual, and performance, offered as a culmination of efforts by the Office of Strategy and Protocol
Commissioned action exploring the collections and archives of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
A one-on-one, private meeting with Public Movement Agent
A first of its kind in Israel, a six weeks durational performance exhibition that is held in various spaces of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art
A series of confrontations, acts of appropriation and the passion of physical rivalry
Actions of resistance, compassion, joy, and conflict
an evening of choreographed debates between politicians, artists, cultural producers, and policy makers
A choreography that salutes the divided national identity of Taiwan and upholds the glory of ambivalent historical narratives
24 Hours of fasting, feasting, celebrations and abstinence in the City Square
A commemoration of the firebombing of the Jewish Community Center in Malmo on 28/09/2012.
International PR project rebranding European Muslims
A series of private, one-on-one sessions
A salon series debating the issue of Palestine
Day of celebrations
A series of actions which took place in time of protest for social justice: dancing in the streets, banks guard, gathering up artists for objection
A series of actions examining the physical and choreographic expressions of the yearning for Zion/Palestine/Israel.