soundance skizze – Floating cultivation
A dancer and a cellist create an artistic sketch together through site-specific exploration in a garden colony next to a rainwater retention basin. The sound-performative encounter with site-specific choreography forges a visual-audio path - live and digitally adapted.
Contrary to the title, the performance is structured. These two fearless artists are always in search of new expressions and aesthetics through the combination of break dance, viola and inspiration from their surroundings.
The experimentation with sound and the body reveals the perceptive elements that make the evolution of the human figure visible. Something within each of our bodies vibrates constantly, a threat: it is chaos, the inner noise of scars and thoughts.
Understanding Dance for Beginners and Intermediates
This video tutorial in 4 episodes is a response to the statement “I don’t understand dance” – a sentence we encounter ever so often when moving away from the inner circles of dance lovers and dance experts.
CHANGE|LESS is an improvisation-based dance and music performance. The piece reflects on an individual’s life cycle, entangled and bound by the trajectories of her natural, cultural and social heritage.
Out of the Mine
Out of the mine is a duet based on the creation of atmospheres that evoke the depths of the earth, made of dust and concrete.
Rakonto Kun, Interview
Along with short video excerpts from Rakonto Kun and earlier pieces, Noa Zuk and Ohad Fishof offer deep insight into their longstanding collaboration. Rakonto Kun takes place somewhere in the fantasy territory of ethnographic fiction.
Open Platform: Improvised
12 international musicians and dancers explore new ways of working together.
As a result of the current global pandemic, the creative sessions occur in person and also digitally. Snapshots emerge out of the improvised encounters which linger like the echo of a chance meeting in the distance.
Don`t call me my little sweet pony (Excerpts)
The choreographic miniature "don't call me my little sweet pony", a solo performance, is mainly dedicated to wandering: a kind of internal and external journey in which it is important to perceive the passage of time – which marks the body.
Five in Pool
FIVE in Pool is a daring head-first leap into an unpredictable realm of sound and movement. Four dancers and one musician delightedly plumb the diversity of their artistic spectra together, without the audience, following strict rules to find their unpredictable piece.