A multi-disciplinary duet performance based on a personal story. The two performers “live” inside a protected and sterile white space. In this space, they examine their relationships with each other and their relations to the environment. The performance space is composed of images projected simultaneously from several projectors. These images define the space and create a unique architecture, as well as represent the performer’s inner world.
Sahar Azimi Dancer/Choreographer. Born in 1974. Danced in various companies: Bat Sheva Ensemble, Klipa Theater, Barak Marshal, Emanuel Gat and more. Since 1999 Sahar has created numerous pieces, among them: So said Herzel, White dance, Come feel, Utf8, and more. He teaches at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and is an artistic director of the Curtain Up platform. In 2012 Sahar will take part in a residency program at the University of Illinois, commissioned by the Schusterman fund.
Tamara Erde Director. Born in Israel, 1982. Based in Paris. Tamara holds a BA in Visual Communication and an MA in experimental cinema. Her works cross various mediums: documentary and fiction films, performances and video installations. Among her works: Rober, Jericho, A soldier’s dream, Saras&Bobs. Tamara’s works are presented at various film festivals, galleries and theatrical venues around the world, and are produced mainly in Paris and around Europe.
Co-creators and performers: Sahar Azimi and Tamara Erde
Lighting design: Dani Fishof
Original music and sound design: Didi Erez
Japan by CocoRosie
Kiss Kiss by Yoko Ono
Art and costume design: Anna Waisman
Texts: Sahar Azimi and Tamara Erde
Styling: Ariel Cohen
Artistic consulting and rehearsal managment: Anna Waisman
Post production: Eitan Malki
Group scene participants: Amir Azulay, Yotam Bezalel, Asol Gendelman,
Orin Gerstenhaber, Rodik Dinisman, Yair Rainer
Doctor’s scene: Yuval Meskin
Sound, lighting and technical production: Magenta Ltd.
Screening equipment: Rimoninio Video projections Ltd.
Production: Anat Radnay
Sceintific video images: Thomas Huser, Ph.D., Department of Internal Medicine, and
NSF Center for Biophotonics University of Califronia, Davis and colleagues: Gregory McNerney,
Deanna Thompson and Frank Chuang, University of California, Davis;
Wolfgang Huebner, Benjamin Dale and Benjamin Chen, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NY
Portrait image by: David Adika
Documentation: Gadi Dagon
PR: Amalia Eyal and Elinor Glikman in cooperation with the Israeli AIDS Task Force
For further information please contact us:
Sahar Azimi - email@example.com / Tamara Erde - firstname.lastname@example.org