January 13, 2015
Sharon Vazana's Transparent Borders 2/4 and 3/14 in Tel Aviv

Through the relationship between two women the creation examines the transitions between the need of the individual for separation and independence and his need for affinity and human support. The creation raises the questions: can one have relationships without being dependent on another person? Or is it human nature to bond and be bonded to others? And where does the human need for defining borders between oneself and others originate from?

Choreography: Sharon Vazanna Dancers: Tamar Sonn, Sharon Vazanna Music: The Kronos Quartet, Sagi Zoref, Nicole Croisille, Leonard Cohen Musical Advise and Sound Design: Sagi Zoref Rehearsal Director: Melanie Berson Artistic Advice:Melanie Berson, Yasmeen Godder Costume Design: Emma Ernst Dress Making: Haya Geiman Light Design: Omer Sheizaf

From a review of the performance by Ruth Eshel:

"The most imaginative choreographic solutions are derived from this intermingling and attest to an artistic eye that knows how and what to choose. The magnificent skills of the dancers, their attentiveness, their perspicuity and their bodies that seem capable of performing just everything – all these are of great support to the choreography".

 

View tralier here:

https://vimeo.com/101157935

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