Oded Keren is a composer, electronic musician and performer, B.A. graduate at the academy of music and dance in Jerusalem. He creates music with an approach of absolute eclecticism, open to influences from all musical styles, without differentiation between "high" and "popular" music, mainstream and fringe, and even between music and other artistic mediums. It is music of the internet age, which uses all available resources without or in spite of prejudice.
This preoccupation manifests in two different attitudes in the music – deconstruction and reconstruction of existing sound and music, molding new music out of it, using a "cut-and-paste" method inspired by concrete and industrial music, hip-hop, Stravinsky and Mahler; and using mixed technique in free writing, aspiring to create a dramatic, sensual and passionate music which also bridges between separate musical cultures.
Karina Hananeia is an independent media-artist and choreographer, dancer and teacher of animation, MA student at the Sapir Academy (production and theory). BA and teaching certificate from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance (2015).
MOB BODY - BODY UNIT
After Mob Body premiered at The Jerusalem International Dance Week 2016 - Machol Shalem Dance Festival, it was invited to perform in The Mazya Dance Series 2017 curated by the choreographers Tammy & Ronen Izhaki. The dance performance inspired the creation of the exhibition 'Body Unit' / Ink on Paper by Karina Hananeia.