Following the conception of their iconic work The Burnt Room, that was premiered at the Center in 2016, Noa Zuk & Ohad Fishof (working together since 2008; live and work in Tel Aviv-Yafo) were invited again by CCA Tel Aviv-Yafo to spend time at the Center’s Marc Schimmel Multipurpose Gallery. During this time, Zuk – a dancer and choreographer – and Fishof – an interdisciplinary artist, working in the fields of sound, dance, performance and visual art – will conceive a new piece, designed especially for the aforementioned room, in their unique multidisciplinary mix of dance, sound and performance art.


The practice of Zuk & Fishof often takes place somewhere in the fantasy territory of ethnographic fiction, with an affinity for the absurd. Alongside the refinement of an aesthetic vision based, first and foremost, on human movement, at the heart of their collaborative practice lies the complex interaction between the ocular and the auditory. The way they work within, around, and against the audio-visual contract draws from a wide range of audio-visual traditions – sound art, film, ballet, pop, and folklore.


The new dance piece is the main component of the exhibition, which is meant to present different aspects of Zuk & Fishof’s modus operandi. The exhibition will also include a program of video works created over the last 11 years, to be screened in the multipurpose gallery when it is not used for the new dance piece to be premiered in November.


“Noa Zuk & Ohad Fishof: Works” is curated by Nicola Trezzi in close collaboration with the artists.

The exhibition is accompanied by printed matter in Hebrew, Arabic and English, workshop by Meira Asher on September 26, a conversation between Ohad Fishof and Idan Landau on October 3, a performance by Ilan Volkov, Ohad Fishof and The Kahalani Brothers on October 24, a performance by Sharon Gal Ram Gabay, Alex Drool and Ohad Fishof on November 11, an exhibition tour on November 16, and an artist talk on December 5.


“Noa Zuk & Ohad Fishof: Works” is supported by the Mifal Hapais Council for the Culture and Art, the Yehoshua Rabinovich Tel Aviv Foundation for the Arts, and the Ministry of Culture and Sport.



Images


1

Rakonto Kun, 2019

View of the performance at CCA Tel Aviv-Yafo

Courtesy of the artists


2

ADR, 2015

Performance for video, 16:15 min

Courtesy of the artists


3

American Hula, 2017

Performance for video, 4:00 min

Courtesy of the artists


4

One More Song, 2008

Performance for video, 3:55 min

Courtesy of the artists

Noa Zuk & Ohad Fishof: Works

November 29, 2019

September 20, 2019

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