Objects of Attention
ZAZ Performance Festival, Tel Aviv, 2020. 

Lewisham Arthouse, London. 2020.
 

Objects of Attention is two-part performance work, presented as an exhibition that offers visitors a chance to observe the choreography of the body in relation to space, time, light, and sound.

 

Four main situations are examined over time; sitting, walking, standing, and complete stillness.  The performing bodies are in constant movement.  The objects on display strive to slow things down, to ponder as to the roles of choreography and visual culture have in our everyday lives.

Perhaps by staying in such a space, over time, will be able to re-imagine or re-organize the particularities of our behavior. To video 

 

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Objects of Attention  

Co-produced and presented at Zaz Performance Festival, Tel Aviv Israel.

The international Performance Conference, Israel.    

2019

                                                                                                 

The actions you see in space will go on forever. Situated among other works of art, these often-overlooked human forms strive to slow things down and make them resonate. You are welcome to observe and participate in the action of stillness. 

Choreographer: Galit Criden

 
Performenrs: Galit Criden, Eynav Rosolio, Sigal Berman. 

This project was commissioned by ZAZ Performance Festival, Tel Aviv, Israel.  

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