A two- performance event curated by Mica Dvir and Adi Liraz
Two female artists confront topics such as the industrial revolution(s) and colonialism from a global western perspective. They explore the way these topics are carried in our collective memory and consciousness, from a critical point of view.
In both pieces, the artists examine their practices in collaborations with sound artists.
-Suggested donation: 5 – 10 Euros-
CIRCLE1 Gallery in collaboration with the Musrara School of Art and Society celebrate the current Exhibition “In The Place Where We Stand II” with live music played by the school’s graduates Adam Ben Nun, Wizard Ashdod and Dane Joe.
Special guests: The founder and director of the Musrara School Avi Sabag and the curator of the exhibition Yael Brandt.
A two-performances event by the artists Mica Dvir and Adi Liraz
Acting in a political-social space, the artists are influenced by the implications of their Jewish heritage and Israeli nationality. They are marked and leave marks as they move. In this event, both artists will share their experiences – which are sometimes common and sometimes personal – of this movement in relation to the cultural and national collective.
They will present the feeling of following or resisting social norms and will react to it from the point of view of being women.
Suggested donation: 5 – 10 Euros.
This one time performance evening featuring Israeli artists and Berlin residents Michel Platnic and Dan Allon, deals with world order of power, war and economic struggle. Having both stems in Israeli provenience, the artists know how violence, war and money have the means of becoming integrated within a routine, and therefore it is only natural they would feel intrigued, attracted and critical of its aesthetics. Both artists will simultaneously perform the two different works to provide a rounded glimpse to a sad, cruel and yet beautiful world.
The performance evening of Felix Meyer-Christian and Dan Allon presents a dynamic composition of time-based art. Both artists are profoundly interested in the themes of memories, violence and its cultural and personal effect. They investigate different ways of cultural and emotional effect of power structures. Together they give a generous look on a wide variety of subjects while telling concrete stories.