During our interview, Noa reflected on the development of her movement vocabulary, the evolution of her repertory, her choreographic process, and the relationship of her work to her upbringing on a kibbutz and to the larger Israeli society.
Through both the conscious and subconscious exploration that Gaga affords, I am discovering a wealth of movement possibilities, physical connections, and dynamic options beyond those fostered by my previous training.
Shortly after I started blogging, I found the desire and the need to follow other dance blogs on a regular basis. I was eager to discover other dance bloggers and […]
If you’re part of the New York dance scene, you’ve probably stepped through some of the same doors as Yasmeen Godder. If you’re part of the Israeli dance scene, you’ve undoubtedly felt Yasmeen’s influence and quite possibly crossed paths with her.