How does space construct the active body in it?
As one who moved from the city to the village, from the beach to the mountain, from the bubble to the borderline, from singlehood to motherhood – I wish to discover how does space influence me and how does it make me who I am.
What is in between geography, demography topography and the private body?
Is one indeed nothing but "the imprint of his native landscape"?
As Shaul Tchernichovsky's poem suggests.
Choreography and Performance: Iris Erez
Dramaturgy: Sharon Zuckerman Weizer
Light and Object Design: Noa Elran
Object production: Gili Gudiano-Matilda Studio
Sound Design: Ophir Gal-Sofa Sound
The song performed by Maya Belzitsman & Matan Efrat with the courtesy of Lilian Shutz
Costume: Vivi Ben Ezra-Enki by Vivi
Production: Sigal Dahan
Thanks to Noam Malamud, Ella Ben Zvi, Efrat Nataniel, Academy of Music & Dance Jerusalem, Amnon &ahuva Erez, Pnina Vazana, Ram Gabay, Elad Vazana
premiered at the Diver Festival 2016
From the Press
"It is one of her best works in which the show comes together in an open and graceful manner, which are translated physically into maturity and independence that move her choreography forward." (Ora Brafman, Dancetalk)
"Local /Not easy by Iris Erez: It has a magnetizing effect….very direct, very Israeli" (Ruth Eshel, Haaretz)
For more details: http://www.dock11-berlin.de
Based on a long term partnership between DOCK 11 EDEN in Berlin and Machol Shalem Dance House (MASH) in Jerusalem, the two organizations are proud to present the third edition of selected dance works and performances by choreographers who have been showcased at MASH‘s platforms during the JERUSALEM INTERNATIONAL DANCE WEEK 2017-8.