In the field

The image and shape we carry - are real?

How can we recognise who we are and what we are, without filters or evaluations and criticism? 

The full evening piece of practice is all happen without planed choreography. Dancers share their stories about the image, then exchange dance and choreographies as a gift. 

Gyotaku (魚拓, from gyo "fish" + taku "stone impression") is the traditional Japanese method of printing fish, a practice which dates back to the mid-1800s. This form of nature printing was used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own.

Credits

Creator : Michiru Shin

Performers : Ella Gil, Amit Zaretsky, Michiru Shin

Dramaturgy : Lilach Livne, Maya Tamir, Eyal Bromberg

Photography : Amos Brison

Documentation : Daniel Pakes

The work was developed with the artistic support of Lilach Pnina Livne & was presented at Lilach Pnina Livne institution.