Gal Amoyal will present her finale work, which she created in her last year at the school, in a renewed version produced for the conference. In Oblivion Sonnet, Gal places monumental metal structures on the stage. The performers, a form of orchestra-dance troupe, operate the metal sculptures that reveal themselves as instruments that emit sounds. In her work, Artist and musician Gal Amoyal is exploring the concept of duration. Her primary material is time, which she researches through its manifestation as music. She creates, for the viewer, a synaesthetic experience (an amalgamation of senses) in which music is visible and time – heard.
Created by – Gal Amoyal / Performers – Dori Cohen Forster, Achinoam Mendelson, Yael Weiss, Daniella Ljungsberg, Gal Amoyal / Producer – Shira Sendik / Sound Design – Amit Dagim and Daniella Ljungsberg / Critical Eye – Noa Itzhaki / Lighting – Eden Cohen / Technical Team – Fadi Murad and Noa Ramon / Thanks to Tal Rabinowitz, Maayan Tsadka, Lior Pinsky, Ana Wild, Maya Levy, Ihab Faroekh, Gidon Levy, Martin Kantor and the School of Visual Theatre.