The work is being developed and supported by the first collaboration between Quartier Am Hafen - Interdisciplinary Creative Art Center – Cologne, Germany and SDC - Suzanne Dellal Centre - Tel Aviv, Israel - Office of the State of North-Rhine Westphalia of Economy, Science, Education, Youth and Culture in Israel; The Israeli Choreographers Association, and by The School of Movement and Dance - Kiryat Hatarbut - The Ness Ziona Center for Culture & Recreation.

II ARTIST IN RESIDENT

August & September 2021 II

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Annabelle dvir by -- Tom Borkovsky
Annabelle dvir by -- Tom Borkovsky

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Concept; Choreography; Text; Vocal Composition & Soundtrack Design: Annabelle Dvir

Creative Performers: Layil Goren, Adi Eytan / Dana Naim Hafouta, Annabelle Dvir

Music: Claude Debussy “String Quartet in G Minor, Op.10, L.91: II”; The Rolling Stones “She’s a Rainbow”; Led Zeppelin “The Battle of Evermore”.

What is the work that constitutes an anti-thesis of itself? In a physical-vocal trio for Claude Debussy’s “String Quartet”, the rock-pop of the Rolling Stones and the Celtic folk-rock of Led Zeppelin, the action of the slamming body in the shape of a woman embraces a theatrical mythological space, one that recalls the DNA that has been encoded in the performers over the past three years of physical-vocal research. In this new incarnation, they choose to discover other abilities of their emerging performative psyche. They explore tensions between iconic psychedelic-rock and romantic classical sounds; femininity and animalism, the act of imagery and animation. Those tensions disintegrate and deconstruct from the everlasting familiarity of the choreography and the existence between pain and pleasure, the conscious and the id, the act of defamation and solidarity. They are bodies in a paradox, on a journey with knowledge and experience burned into their flesh, in the face of a new performative fantasy game.

 

It’s Pretty for You to LIE emanates from the ongoing physical-vocal practice, language, and technique developed in Annabelle Dvir’s full-length stage work 7INCH OF SLAM – THE FULL BODY SOUNDSCAPE, which upholds the tensions between perception vs. sensation, the embodiment of live sound and the shape of a soundscape. 7INCH//VIMEO.COM

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