As a human being, I read and define what's happening around me through a socio-political prism.

 

Israeli politics in general, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in particular, are fraught with ideological conflicts, double meanings and eroded obscurities. And yet, there is simultaneously the need for touch, closeness and continuity. A kind of enemy-lover relationship.

 

From that relationship I draw inspiration for the creative process in my work, and that will be the focus of the research during the workshop. 

 

We will practice repertoire from my creation Submission, which will allow us to experience complex partnering work and also enable us to pose questions about intimacy, manipulative touch, and access to another body.

 

We will delve into physical performance, and navigate improvisation that will allow the participants to incorporate their personal material with the content offered by the workshop.