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Life Herself explores the relationship between the body, sound, space and technology, while questioning the power dynamics between the different elements of the work. Wireless motion sensors that transform movement to sound were especially designed for this work and installed on the dancer's body, creating a complex relationship between sound production, movement and control. 

Throughout the piece, the dancer moves between soundscapes, between zones of security and instability, as her relationship with the technology – which both monitors and empowers her – evolves. As the work develops, empty words make way to reveal her reality: a cynical, senseless system in which she must find her role. Conceived and performed by
Netta Weiser- choreography and dance
Hadas Pe'ery- composition and live electronics

Commissioned and produced by HaTeiva and Vidya Ensemble

Supported by the Israeli Embassy

Performances:

January 2017:  This is what happens when you play with electricity, HaTeiva, Tel Aviv

May 2016: Antidisciplinarie, Fondrie Kugler, Geneva

December 2015: HaTeiva Marathon, HaTeiva, Tel Aviv
 

 


 

© 2018 Netta Weiser