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Control Freak >
User Not Found >
To Leonard Woolf >
Worlds, a Canaan-Futuristic Song Cycle >
Piece Of >
המופעים יוקלטו וישודרו בהמשך ב׳רדיו חלאס׳,
תחנת הרדיו האינטרנטית של המרכז הישראלי לאמנות דיגיטלית
Tuesday | 19.11 | 20:30 - 21:30, 22:30 - 23:30
Control Freak is a solo performance fusing together circus arts, music, and state of the art technology. A funny and touching character interacts with the audience in awkward and amusing ways, as he struggles with social ineptitude and with the complex systems on stage. At the heart of the show is a live performance of timeless compositions, in rich musical arrangements that use feet-controlled loop stations: From Bach, Beethoven and Pachelbel to Nina Simone, The Beatles and beyond. The singular musical instruments featured in the show were developed especially over the last 19 years, and are used in conjunction with wearable computers and digital props to control numerous fixtures on and off-stage.
User Not Found
Dante or Die & Chris Goode
Created by Daphna Attias & Terry O'Donovan
Directed by Daphna Attias
Written by Chris Goode
Performed by Andy McLeod'
Wednesday | 20.11 | 19:30 - 21:00, 22:00 - 23:30
Thursday | 21.11 | 19:30 - 21:00, 22:00 - 23:30
Winner of the Broadway World Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 2018: Favorite Theatre Show award If you could use a magic button at the moment of your death, would you choose to delete your online history or keep it? User Not Found is performed in cafés all over the world and explores the public/private divide of screen technology. The show explores the ethics of digital ownership as well as privacy, grief, and the privacy of grief and uses a special app that was conceived for the show. Each audience member will receive a smartphone & headphones to be a “fly on the wall” and witness a story of love, loss, and online legacy.
To Leonard Woolf
A solitary performance about two ships in a yard of sand
Tuesday-Thursday | 19-21.11 | 23:00-23:30
Between the Shelters
1. “I don't think two people could have been happier than we have been.” Virginia Woolf writes to her husband. She puts rocks in her coat pockets and walks into the water. Two writers are separated forever.
2. Two bomb-shelters are stuck in the sand like ships, stopped for a moment at high seas before each continues on its separate way. At the heart of the concrete lies the invisible landscape.
3. A lone performer tries to connect the ends. She unearths fossilized words and lives, buried under the sand, consumed by darkness, almost forgotten.
A Canaan-Futuristic Song Cycle
Tuesday | 19.11 | 22:00 - 23:00
Music Room, Main Hall
A science-fiction concert, a performance of images and thoughts, looking anew at the past and reimagining a future: a Levantine, Middle-Eastern, Mediterranean, sweaty, radical, feminist, transgressive, poetic, refusing closure, non-Western, not-Jewish-only, non-holy, fresh, history-understanding, archeology-observing, technology-engaged, fragmented, embodied, hopeful, angry, sci-fi, punk, pop, Israeli future[s].
Created and performed by Ana Wild
Musical creation: Yael Lavie
Created in dialoguewith: Talia de Vries
Space: Tal Gafny
Costumes: Mai Aylon
Outside eye: Marius Schaffter
20.11 | 20:00 - 21:00, 22:00 - 23:00
Music Room, Main Hall
In Pieces of, Savyon cuts time, space, the body, and Sayon herself and pastes them to the audience. An original live video looper, Polaroid photographs, and physical presence comprise an ongoing performance-installation, aiming at extending and expanding the limits of physics to ultimately extend and expand the Self, its different layers, the virtual and the real. Concept and technology development: Dr. Eyal Gruss and Savyon; Artistic production: Hamutal Atar; Original score: Yuval Shenhar. The work was created with the support of Akademie Schloss Solitude (Germany), Stage-Center residency (Tel-Aviv) and was first performed at the Netanya Museum, curated by Adiya Porat.
Wednesday | 20.11 | 20:00 - 20:30,
21:30 - 22:00, 22:30 - 23:00
Max Machines and Crafts
Sharabani, a compulsive collector of esoteric internet materials, provides a first glimpse at the findings from her research at the Ctrl+Alt+Del lab, an art & technology research lab, and from collaborations with other lab members. The talk is a rare opportunity to witness a new and mind-altering technology as well as information that hides in the dark corners of the internet. The presentation consists of print-screen visuals and crazy anecdotes from the research and development stages. A must-see presentation for anyone with a Wi-Fi connection! *The presentation is in English