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September 10, 2022 


7:00pm and 9:00pm 

Emergency Routine activates civic alliances as they are performed between bodies in moments of danger. The exercise is a public experiment based on different forms of eviction. Together with the audience, five members of Public Movement perform choreographies of care, governance and compassion, reexamining the ways in which “the state” reaches and touches its citizens. Emergency Routine was created in 2019 for “The Choreographies of the Social,” curated by Edi Muka for Public Art Agency Sweden, and was a result of a historical research into “Operation Stockholm 1961,” which was the largest evacuation drill ever performed in peacetime. Emergency Routine is part of “NOT IN MY NAME,” CCA Tel Aviv-Yafo’s annual exhibition.

Emergency Routine was first commissioned by Public Art Agency Sweden and developed during a residency at CCA Tel Aviv-Yafo and Iaspis, Stockholm. The action is supported by Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts, the Israeli Choreographers Association, the Ministry of Culture and Sport – Visual Arts Department, the Yehoshua Rabinovich Tel Aviv Foundation for the Arts and Matan.

Duration: 60 mins

Admission: 20₪

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Public Movement

Director: Dana Yahalomi

Members: Maayan Choresh, Avshalom Latucha, Gali Libraider, Meshi Olinky, Yaniv Segal

Writers: Nir Shauloff, Dana Yahalomi

Musician: Yoni Silver

Producer: Shira Sendik

Studio Manager: Yaelle Ben-Ami

Consultants: Tal Yahas, Nir Shauloff, Gali Libraider

Public Movement

Emergency Routine, 2019

View of the performance in Stockholm

Photo: Richard Estay

Emergency Routine by Public Movement

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