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Small Songs
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2010
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With the participation of Mark Tompkins and Mamie Shimazaki Editing: Yair Nahshon and Mariana Bouhsira Original music: Udi Henis “The photographer Lee Yanor and I met for the first time when I visited her in her studio in Jaffa. She showed me the just completed video Small Songs as well as emulsions and holograms – photos made with experimental techniques. Instantly I knew that I wanted to create a Room Within A Room for her art. I wanted to rebuild The Jewish Theatre in Stockholm into a choreographed set design for the audience to walk through and inhabit. I wanted to enhance and highlight what had touched me the strongest: movement, time, rhythm, pulse, the human body – all which can be found in dance. Lee is a former dancer and we both work creatively in the borderland where art, dance, photography, music, sound, set design and technology all interweave.” Pia Forsgren Director of the Jewish Theater Stockholm, Sweden

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

Small Songs

With the participation of Mark Tompkins and Mamie Shimazaki Editing: Yair Nahshon and Mariana Bouhsira Original music: Udi Henis “The photographer Lee Yanor and I met for the first time when I visited her in her studio in Jaffa. She showed me the just completed video Small Songs as well as emulsions and holograms – photos made with experimental techniques. Instantly I knew that I wanted to create a Room Within A Room for her art. I wanted to rebuild The Jewish Theatre in Stockholm into a choreographed set design for the audience to walk through and inhabit. I wanted to enhance and highlight what had touched me the strongest: movement, time, rhythm, pulse, the human body – all which can be found in dance. Lee is a former dancer and we both work creatively in the borderland where art, dance, photography, music, sound, set design and technology all interweave.” Pia Forsgren Director of the Jewish Theater Stockholm, Sweden

 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