- 3–14 March - Archive - Residency - CNDC, Angers, France
- 13 March - Archive - Work In Progress Presentation - CNDC, Angers, France
Upcoming - Moves Without Borders - The Entropic Institute Tel Aviv
As part of the A-Genre festival at Tmuna Theater, Moves Without Borders and the Goethe Institut Israel are proud to host the artists and lecturers Deufert&Plischke from Berlin. Deufert&Plischke will hold a four-day workshop, they will exercise with participants a practice of ‘Reformulation’ . This practice is based on a collaborative work in which as the ideas move between participants, reformulate, change their shape, and develop into their most distilled state. Through a reformulation of the myth of Arachne, this collaborative process of weaving will attempt to unveil the loci of power within social, political, and aesthetic mechanisms around us. The outcomes of the workshop will be displayed in 'The Entropic Institute Tel Aviv' in A-Genre Festival, which centers this year on the theme of "occupation".
The Entropic Institute is a temporal environment of simultaneous activities.
The Entropic Institute is active theater, not theatrical activism.
The Entropic Institute appears through prepared and instantaneous activities of artists, theoreticians and spectators.
The Entropic Institute redefines itself in each appearance.
The workshop will take place on the 16th-19th of March from 10:00–17:00 at 'Kelim' in Bat Yam.
The Entropic Institute Tel Aviv will be displayed in the frame of A-Genre Festival on Saturday 22nd March from 16:00–20:00.
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Emile Zola Prize awarded to Arkadi Zaides
Arkadi Zaides was recently awarded a prize by The Emile Zola Chair for Human Rights. The prize was awarded for the first time and aims to support initiatives in the field of the arts. The grant will support Zaides’ new production which is currently in process of development in cooperation with B'Tselem - The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories.