ARCHIVE

Collaboration: Voice Dramaturgy and Composition for Performance by Arkadi Zaides

Tom Tlalim (Photographer)

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Abstract

I have composed the soundtrack for an interactive performance in collaboration with Choreographer Arkadi Zaides. The work questions the role of embodiment and the human voice in territorialisation practices on the borders of Palestine-Israel. It does so through practice-based research of the B'TSelem Video Archive.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jul 2014

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