Eyal Weiser will look back at stay around the Dead Sea’s sinkholes. Eyal and his students from his directing class set out to study the imagery of collapse as a physical, conscious phenomenon. Over three days, the conference will stage an alternating exhibition comprising products of the journey.
Dunes / Aviv Keshet, Noah Halfi (photography: inkjet printing)
Maybe all of the earth will be filled with water. Maybe the water will embrace me from every direction, and in every hole to fill the gaps, and then somebody will have to sculpt water out of me to bring it back.
And then I will be a homeless desert, and from within the tranquility and silence—I will speak
My boy is growing quickly / Hanan Offner (video installation, loop)
When he stopped breathing
There was nothing left to do but
To face, head-on
Or watch him
And hope for something
Performer: Leore Hanna Fisch
AHAVA / Oded Komemi (video, loop)
In another fifty years, we will not be taking our family holidays here and, any memories that remain about this place will be reserved solely for our sweet memory. And even though there is still so much time left, sweet boy. Only the holes will remain, the holes and us.
Supported by Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts