Crossroad – Tomer Navot & Maya Resheff

Israel Museum, Monday December 3, 6pm

A duet by Tomer Navot & Maya Resheff

Original Music: Adaam James Levin-Areddy

Costume design: Maya Resheff

Both of us try to advance together, to find a common path without losing ourselves and our balance. As we meet, the edges between us are blurred, and it is hard to tell where one path ends and another begins. We keep searching for equilibrium as we go.

“Crossroad” is a performative piece, based on contact improvisation, which communicates with space and audience


Navot & Maya Resheff

Maya Resheff is an interdisciplinary artist, working between the spheres of body and material with a special interest in movement and body. Worked as a professional dancer in Vertigo dance Company and with different choreographers such as Anna Halprin. Graduated the department of fashion design and silversmithing, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Israel. Currently studying in the MFA Interdisciplinary Art Practice program at the SVA.

Tomer Navot is a dancer and choreographer, with a special interest in contact-improvisation. Born in Jerusalem in 1988, a graduate of the Charles A. Smith High School of Arts in Jerusalem. Between 2009-2010 Tomer danced in the Young Vertigo Dance Company, and Between 2010-2015 he danced in Vertigo Dance Company, participating in works by Noa Wertheim, Sharon Fridman and Anna Halprin. In 2017 Created the piece “Tightrope” in collaboration with Marija Slavec, and the piece “Crossroad” in collaboration with Maya Resheff.