The participant of the main project Will Fredo (Berlin) and the leader of the dance group ‘Public Movement’ Dana Yahalomi (Tel Aviv) will discuss an ambivalence (and the danger associated with it) in their experience. Referring to specific performances of each other, they will show how the choreography helps to fulfill despair, they also will tell how to highlight the feelings in performance and repetition of familiar gestures taken out of ordinary context. Free admission.
The public talk will be translated into Russian.
Performance by Will Fredo “You don't live in the world. The world lives in you" is open to the public at the Circus; Dana Yakhalomi's workshop is available for participants of the performative laboratory "28 Ways to Think and Move".
The "28 Ways to Think and Move" performative laboratory is supported by the Embassy of the State of Israel.