Territorial Opera

In the space I live in: the house, the street, the neighborhood, the state, there is an opera of voices about who decides? Who marks? Who owns?
 

By: Shlomit Fundaminsky.
Performers:  Or Ashkenazi, Olivia Hild, Tomer Navot, Zuki Ringert 
Music: Spiritualized - Pure Phase
Artistic escort: Sahar Azimi
Styling and set design:Inbal Lieblich

Production Sets: Yaron Barley.
Lighting: Danny Fishof
Performance Manager: Michal Ben Bassat

 Performed at 

Dance Arena Festival 2017, Jerusalem

- Undercloud festival 2018, Romania

- Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel - Aviv

- Inbal Theater, Tel - Aviv

- Beit Mazia, Jerusalem

- Southern Golan Heights Center

Territorial opera is a game for four players and a conductor .

The game takes place within a protected space and dangerous space,

which can not be exited.
The goal: Find a safe place to rest your head.
The rules: Decide in real time;

To be at home only when someone else decides;

Capture and mark;

Commit to the drama.

The work was built from the interplay of yard games, pictures from regional history and Israeli automatic culture triggers.
In the space I live in: the house, the street, the neighborhood, the state, there is an opera of voices about who decides? Who marks? Who owns?
 

* First performed at the Dance Arena Festival 2017, Jerusalem
* With the support of the Israel Lottery Council for Art and Culture

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