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Body Roots and Rising /
By Shira Eviatar
Two works by Shira Eviatar that deals with the roots of our subjectivity. What is the family repertoire? The primary technique? Which movements have been passed through the generations? How do we embody our family and cultural narrative? How does practicing of collective forms and aesthetics create community and identity? How do we practice our values as a group through dance?
06.03.19
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Pieces |4 creations| /
By Noa Atar, Shani Bar-Dimri, Sofia Krantz, Lital Ben-horin
Joint evening that revels four different points of views about us as society and the people in it.
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PANGEA /
by Ayala Frenkel
A dance piece for four woman
08.03.19
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Open lecture: events, singularities, persistence: dance and the age of performance /
Meetings with theoretician Professor André Lepecki
Kelim Choreography Center in Bat Yam is pleased to host researcher and curator, Professor Andre Lepecki, Chair of the Department of Performance Studies at New York University (NYU). Supported by ARTIS (www.artis.art), the Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) Tel Aviv, and Outset Bialik Residency Israel.
21.02.19
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Kelim Choreography Center in Bat Yam is pleased to host researcher and curator, Professor Andre Lepecki, Chair of the Department of Performance Studies at New York University (NYU). Supported by ARTIS (www.artis.art), the Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) Tel Aviv, and Outset Bialik Residency Israel.

In this talk, I will address some recent traits in contemporary dance that approximate it to a certain tradition of performance art. By closely attending to the works of several contemporary artists operating in the singular zone between choreography, performance art, body art, video, and exhibition, I will address how three recent strategies in choreography have recast dance's relation with aesthetic and political imaginations. The strategies I will be focusing on in this talk will be: persistence, thingness, and darkness. The artists in focus will include: Trajal Harrell, Julie Tolentino, Ron Athey, Mette Edvardsen, and Ralph Lemon.

Thursday 21st February, 20:00, at Kelim Choreography Center
tickets here: http://kelim.tagonet-ltd.com/show_order_appearance_seat_select.php?show_appearance_area_id=15968

The reading group is coming back after two years break!

Meetings will take place every second Monday between 19.00 – 21.00.
Dates:
Second semester 2019: 18.2, 4+18/3, 1+15+29/4

for registration please write to: kelimgraphy@gmail.com