After two years of barely seeing any dance grappling with the Israeli context, I couldn’t help but wonder why so many works were now invoking this subject.
“Five days later, we leave [International Exposure” with a semblance of an idea of what makes contemporary dance in Israel so vibrant,” says guest writer Brian Schaefer.
International Exposure 2009 will present the work of twenty-seven Israeli choreographers to over ninety guests including theater directors, festival directors, and journalists.
(Photo: Barak Marshall’s Monger has been invited to tour abroad. Photo by Gadi Dagon.) Ynet, the website for the Israeli newspaper Yediot Ahronot, announced this week that International Exposure has […]
International Exposure brought the dance scene into focus for me, clarifying and sharpening some observations I had started to form since my research began in 2007.