Land-Research

In "Land-Research", Arkadi Zeides creates on stage a space of exploration and observation, examining the complex relations between body and land. Against panoramic photos of broken scenery, five solo performers from different backgrounds go through individual processes of transformation. By examining reality through tasks of physical research, Zaides creates new mapping of the locale, tying together the personal and the political.

Believing that art is a tool for re-examining and changing reality, Zaides aspires to continue to expose the pressing issues in Israeli society. As in his previous works, local and international artists from various fields join him in his search for a mix of genres and languages blended together into a complex experience.

 

Land-Research

 

concept, choreography and direction: Arkadi Zaides
research, guidance and artistic collaboration: Anat Cederbaum 
performers: Raida Adon, Asaf Aharonson, Sva Li Levy, Yuli Kovbasnyan, Ofir Yudilevitch
photographer: Yuval Tebol
video design: Daniel Landau
music: Tom Tlalim & Chen Wagner
dramaturgy: Joanna Lesnierowska
light: Bruno Pocheron
artistic advise: Felix Ritter
costumes: Nadav Svetlov
producer: Hila Kaplan

 

Land-Research International Touring

  • Potsdamer Tanztage, Fabrik Potsdam, Germany, May 2012
  • Julidans, Theater Bellevue, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2012
  • Zutich Moves, Tanzhaus Zurich, Switzerland, March 2013
  • CDC Toulouse, France, April 2013
  • Theatre Natioanl De Chaillot, Paris, France, April 2013
  • Firehall Arts Center, Vancouver, Canada, April 2013

 

Production: Arkadi Zaides (Tel Aviv)
Co-Producers: Theatre National De Chaillot (Paris), Ballet National De Marseille in collaboration with KLAP (Marseille), Fabrik (Potsdam)
Supported by: The Choreographers Association (Tel Aviv), Israeli Lottery Foundation (Tel Aviv), Israeli Consulate (Marseille), The Polish Institute (Tel Aviv), Art Stations Foundation (Poznan)
Residencies at: The Acco Theater Center (Acco), Amsterdam Master Of Choreography (Amsterdam), KLAP (Marseille), Fabrik (Potsdam)