Dana Yahalomi Body Next to Body. The Practice of Being Together

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The Art of Assembly
The Art of Assembly
I: Assembly as Preenactment (Oliver Marchart, Dana Yahalomi & Florian Malzacher)
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To assemble is first and foremost a physical act of being present body next to body. Dana Yahalomi elaborates on the sociopolitical potential and the responsibility of the arts and artists to facilitate arenas where people can rehearse the corporal and behavioral knowledge assembly requires. Starting with the historic Operation Stockholm (1961), she unfolds a chronicle of choreographies from a civic perspective.

Part of Episode I: “Assembly as Preenactment”
With Oliver Marchart, Dana Yahalomi & Florian Malzacher

23. January 2021 – Online live stream
In co-production with brut / Vienna

Biography

Dana Yahalomi (Tel Aviv) is the director of Public Movement (co-founded with Omer Krieger), a performative research body which investigates and stages political actions in public spaces. The group studies and creates public choreographies, forms of social order, overt and covert rituals. Recent performances include: MAXXI Rome, Public Art Agency Sweden, Stockholm, Museo Novecento, Firenze, CCA Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Gothenburg Biennial, Sweden, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv.

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