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"Hanging - From “The Last Voyage to Cythera
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The Last Voyage to Cythera is a twelve stations journey through territories of physical and mental care.

It is led by a medical nurse who sings lullabies, revealing truths about life. In each station she presents a method for

dealing with states of pain and distress, demonstrating to the travellers in the voyage, how to save themselves.

 

The voyage is a sequence of mixed formats – moving image, documentary and fiction.

Text: Aya Ben Ron
Music: Binya Reches and Shira Yasur
Vocals, ukulele, piano, metallophone: Shira Yasur
Mix and production, sound design:Binya Reches

 

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

"Hanging - From “The Last Voyage to Cythera

The Last Voyage to Cythera is a twelve stations journey through territories of physical and mental care.

It is led by a medical nurse who sings lullabies, revealing truths about life. In each station she presents a method for

dealing with states of pain and distress, demonstrating to the travellers in the voyage, how to save themselves.

 

The voyage is a sequence of mixed formats – moving image, documentary and fiction.

Text: Aya Ben Ron
Music: Binya Reches and Shira Yasur
Vocals, ukulele, piano, metallophone: Shira Yasur
Mix and production, sound design:Binya Reches

 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis