Ostin

Roman Nefeli

Participating performers: Tamar Even-Chen, Amit Tina

 

 Entrance from the parking lot, in the open air arena

Textile Center, Tel Aviv-Yafo

26.7.2021, 19:00 — 21:00

Roman Nefeli’s body sculpture by choreography is presented in a deserted plot by the seaside and starts with a backstage scene of some show. In this work, an apocalyptic future is merged with rave culture in deserted architecture into a symbolism of anger, violence, motion and continuity. The human physical condition that Nefeli examines in Ostin brings together the figure of the performer and the real person behind it. These layers are deconstructed, built, and demolished again. Familiar systems of representation, such as the image of a hunter or the image of the Olympic chariot, fade in the body into geometrical images: a circle, a line, a rift.

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