The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean
The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean

Collaboration with Jordine Cornish and Gidon Levy

Dictated and enchanted by an asemic alphabet, a Semitic language, a solo performer meditates on each saliferous form.

Utilising electrical currents, calligraphic instruments esoteric texts are deconstructed and reimagined through dance and resonance. Developed on Mediterranean ports, presented within saline, stolen histories amongst continuous streams of digital information, surrendering to a language is stripped of any literal meaning. Both choreographed and improvised, the movement and score reveal fleeting moments of beauty, absurdity and humour. At best the revelatory experience of a non-dualistic language contributes to the realization of the unity of being, barring that we look at the ocean, after dinner.

Two intimate performances, April 11 & 18, and the residual display of calligraphic ephemera are presented at Atar till April 27. 8pm free entrance. ATAR, Old Jaffa Museum, 10 st. Mifratz Shlomo Promenade, Old Jaffa.

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The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean
The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean

Collaboration with Jordine Cornish and Gidon Levy

Dictated and enchanted by an asemic alphabet, a Semitic language, a solo performer meditates on each saliferous form.

Utilising electrical currents, calligraphic instruments esoteric texts are deconstructed and reimagined through dance and resonance. Developed on Mediterranean ports, presented within saline, stolen histories amongst continuous streams of digital information, surrendering to a language is stripped of any literal meaning. Both choreographed and improvised, the movement and score reveal fleeting moments of beauty, absurdity and humour. At best the revelatory experience of a non-dualistic language contributes to the realization of the unity of being, barring that we look at the ocean, after dinner.

Two intimate performances, April 11 & 18, and the residual display of calligraphic ephemera are presented at Atar till April 27. 8pm free entrance. ATAR, Old Jaffa Museum, 10 st. Mifratz Shlomo Promenade, Old Jaffa.

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The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean
The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean

Collaboration with Jordine Cornish and Gidon Levy

Dictated and enchanted by an asemic alphabet, a Semitic language, a solo performer meditates on each saliferous form.

Utilising electrical currents, calligraphic instruments esoteric texts are deconstructed and reimagined through dance and resonance. Developed on Mediterranean ports, presented within saline, stolen histories amongst continuous streams of digital information, surrendering to a language is stripped of any literal meaning. Both choreographed and improvised, the movement and score reveal fleeting moments of beauty, absurdity and humour. At best the revelatory experience of a non-dualistic language contributes to the realization of the unity of being, barring that we look at the ocean, after dinner.

Two intimate performances, April 11 & 18, and the residual display of calligraphic ephemera are presented at Atar till April 27. 8pm free entrance. ATAR, Old Jaffa Museum, 10 st. Mifratz Shlomo Promenade, Old Jaffa.

video link

The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean
The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean

Collaboration with Jordine Cornish and Gidon Levy

Dictated and enchanted by an asemic alphabet, a Semitic language, a solo performer meditates on each saliferous form.

Utilising electrical currents, calligraphic instruments esoteric texts are deconstructed and reimagined through dance and resonance. Developed on Mediterranean ports, presented within saline, stolen histories amongst continuous streams of digital information, surrendering to a language is stripped of any literal meaning. Both choreographed and improvised, the movement and score reveal fleeting moments of beauty, absurdity and humour. At best the revelatory experience of a non-dualistic language contributes to the realization of the unity of being, barring that we look at the ocean, after dinner.

Two intimate performances, April 11 & 18, and the residual display of calligraphic ephemera are presented at Atar till April 27. 8pm free entrance. ATAR, Old Jaffa Museum, 10 st. Mifratz Shlomo Promenade, Old Jaffa.

video link

The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean
The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean
The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean
The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean
The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean

Collaboration with Jordine Cornish and Gidon Levy

Dictated and enchanted by an asemic alphabet, a Semitic language, a solo performer meditates on each saliferous form.

Utilising electrical currents, calligraphic instruments esoteric texts are deconstructed and reimagined through dance and resonance. Developed on Mediterranean ports, presented within saline, stolen histories amongst continuous streams of digital information, surrendering to a language is stripped of any literal meaning. Both choreographed and improvised, the movement and score reveal fleeting moments of beauty, absurdity and humour. At best the revelatory experience of a non-dualistic language contributes to the realization of the unity of being, barring that we look at the ocean, after dinner.

Two intimate performances, April 11 & 18, and the residual display of calligraphic ephemera are presented at Atar till April 27. 8pm free entrance. ATAR, Old Jaffa Museum, 10 st. Mifratz Shlomo Promenade, Old Jaffa.

video link

The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean

Collaboration with Jordine Cornish and Gidon Levy

Dictated and enchanted by an asemic alphabet, a Semitic language, a solo performer meditates on each saliferous form.

Utilising electrical currents, calligraphic instruments esoteric texts are deconstructed and reimagined through dance and resonance. Developed on Mediterranean ports, presented within saline, stolen histories amongst continuous streams of digital information, surrendering to a language is stripped of any literal meaning. Both choreographed and improvised, the movement and score reveal fleeting moments of beauty, absurdity and humour. At best the revelatory experience of a non-dualistic language contributes to the realization of the unity of being, barring that we look at the ocean, after dinner.

Two intimate performances, April 11 & 18, and the residual display of calligraphic ephemera are presented at Atar till April 27. 8pm free entrance. ATAR, Old Jaffa Museum, 10 st. Mifratz Shlomo Promenade, Old Jaffa.

video link

The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean

Collaboration with Jordine Cornish and Gidon Levy

Dictated and enchanted by an asemic alphabet, a Semitic language, a solo performer meditates on each saliferous form.

Utilising electrical currents, calligraphic instruments esoteric texts are deconstructed and reimagined through dance and resonance. Developed on Mediterranean ports, presented within saline, stolen histories amongst continuous streams of digital information, surrendering to a language is stripped of any literal meaning. Both choreographed and improvised, the movement and score reveal fleeting moments of beauty, absurdity and humour. At best the revelatory experience of a non-dualistic language contributes to the realization of the unity of being, barring that we look at the ocean, after dinner.

Two intimate performances, April 11 & 18, and the residual display of calligraphic ephemera are presented at Atar till April 27. 8pm free entrance. ATAR, Old Jaffa Museum, 10 st. Mifratz Shlomo Promenade, Old Jaffa.

video link

The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean

Collaboration with Jordine Cornish and Gidon Levy

Dictated and enchanted by an asemic alphabet, a Semitic language, a solo performer meditates on each saliferous form.

Utilising electrical currents, calligraphic instruments esoteric texts are deconstructed and reimagined through dance and resonance. Developed on Mediterranean ports, presented within saline, stolen histories amongst continuous streams of digital information, surrendering to a language is stripped of any literal meaning. Both choreographed and improvised, the movement and score reveal fleeting moments of beauty, absurdity and humour. At best the revelatory experience of a non-dualistic language contributes to the realization of the unity of being, barring that we look at the ocean, after dinner.

Two intimate performances, April 11 & 18, and the residual display of calligraphic ephemera are presented at Atar till April 27. 8pm free entrance. ATAR, Old Jaffa Museum, 10 st. Mifratz Shlomo Promenade, Old Jaffa.

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