Soundtrack: The Rolling Stones – Paint it Black, Tristan Tzara – L’homme Approximatif
Narration: Yassi Rimmer
Soundtrack Editing: Nadav Graber, Maya Yogel
Costumes: Pransuas Kuriyett, Maya Yogel
Photography: Gadi Dagon
This solo work, which was first performed at Intimidance 2012, is a part of a Tryptichon that deals with the question of suffering. The work was inspired by Pablo Picasso’s “Garnika”, A Cubist protest piece that became a symbol of opposition to the destruction of war. It is a work that cries to stop suffering, a call for a new order. This solo piece opens with a text by Tristan Tzara, a surrealist Marxist and a poet, one of the founder of the DaDa movement, that calls for a new order, a new world.
Photo: Gadi Dagon