״The union between Sharon Vazanna's dance and Tomer Sapir's plastic art is an inevitable convergence of spheres and worlds״
Merav Pri Dvash | Vitrina
The creation deals with the body and its boundaries, and examines it from the raw and sensory, to the instinctive and human. The human body is a fenceless entity; matter is introduced to it and extruded from it; it encounters other bodies, touches them, intrudes into them and is intruded by them.
The body's boundaries and its orifices are trespassed in different ways: physically, as part of its everyday functions, but also socially and culturally. The human body affects its surroundings and is affected by it constantly.
The tension that is exposed between the body as evoking desire and temptation on the one hand and arousing repulsion on the other is inevitable.
Premiere: 25/12/2015, Warehouse 2, Tel Aviv
By: Sharon Vazanna in collaboration with Tomer Sapir
Dancers: Tamar Sonn/Coral Friedman, Meitar Basson/Ben Bach, Dana Zeharia and Shira Ben Uriel
Original cast: Nimrod Poles, Tamar Sonn, Shira Ben Uriel, Bar Gonen
Original music: Adam Gorlizki
Arc of Doves: Pavane
Brahms: Piano Trio In B, OP. 8 – Adagio
Performed by Beaux Arts Trio
Light Design: Omer Sheizaf
Rehearsal Director & Artistic Advice: Melanie Berson
Guidance: Yasmeen Godder, the Academy of Music and Dance, Jerusalem
The creation was made possible through the generous contributions of The Israeli Choreographers Association, The Israeli Culture Ministry, C.A.T.A.M.O.N Dance Group in Jerusalem, The Tel Aviv Jaffa Municipality.