eran eizenhamer




programs, exhibitions, events
 



NEW BABYLON
A lecture by Constant ICA London 1963


A short performance re-enactment of Constant's lecture at the London Instit

ute of Contemporary Art in 1963.

New Babylon is a city plan designed to fulfill the desires of the free person, proposing new, creatively passionate architecture. Dutch artist Constant spent 20 years developing and devising New Babylon - he prepared models, blueprints, collages, sound clips, paintings, and drawings presented in a series of international lectures and exhibitions.

The lecture, which will be re-enacted at the Liebling Haus, offers a conceptual and physical description of New Babylon and explores the artist's role as a gener

ator of new and exciting ideas and the possibility of experiencing everyday life in the city as art.

with Meshi Olinky 

tickets avilable here
https://constant101.nl/calendar








action function


Action Function features a group of artists presenting their concepts and ongoing research projects through short performances.

Tal Gafni will fold a flat basketball court into a three-dimensional structure, examining which historical and mythical spaces can be conjured when a ball and a court come together. Mai Aylon will share her search of Agave throughout Israel, presenting her attempts to join the enormous plant's invisible parts and monitor its ability to spread in hidden places. Tal Alperstein will present a lecture that encodes artwork into words and sounds, inspired by artists Kandinsky and Jodorowsky's thoughts and her personal experience with encoding. Rotem Volk will present a two-group performance inspired by artist Yoko Ono's work, Yes. Volk created the project for the Amphi's partitioned space. Shani Tamari Matan will perform a solo dance investigating the Unison, featuring dancers performing the same movements simultaneously in equal intervals. Naama Bar-Or will present her study of fashion house Balenciaga, exploring how the company's images transition into other content worlds. (Director: Li Lorian)

curator: maayan mozes

tickets avilable here









school of the city
olympus                                        

director

Olympus is an innovative program for young artists and designers who completed art, architecture, design, performance, and dance studies; people seeking a flexible, singular platform to develop, expand, and refine their creative work. The approach blends various tools, techniques, and vocabularies designed to expand fields of action and help to develop and refine the creators creative vision. We aim to create an innovative, creative learning experience, supporting creators in their journey to find and boldly pave their way in the world with curiosity, agility, and responsiveness.

with:  Maayan Mozes, Ana Wild, Ishai Shapira Kalter, Merav Kamel, Hila Cohen-Schneiderman, Yoni Raz Purtugali, Eran Eizenhamer.

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amphi

curator

A work by artist Maayan Mozes and an interview with the political activist and author Angela Davis are presented in one partitioned space.
Mozes stands on her head in front of the Knesset, physically opposing the legislature’s form and function. The book of laws authorizes the state to exercise its power against us. The physical resistance captured in Mozes’ video art is part of the history of political activity as protest, demonstration, and public performances in which the body resists and refuses to comply with authoritarian structures. It is also a demonstration of the artist’s personal and relentless opposition to the injustice of the prevailing order.

Angela Davis was among the leaders of the Black Panther Party. In 1970, Davis was wrongfully charged and incarcerated for two years, during which she led a legal battle until her acquittal. The featured interview was filmed in jail during her imprisonment. At one point, the Swedish TV crew interviewing Davis asks whether the Black Panthers will continue to resort to violence. However, instead of falling into the populist trap, Davis presents the personal and historical contexts of the question of violence, successfully framing and outlining the arguments while being behind bars.



angela davis: The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975; by Göran Olsson (2011)
maayan mozes: headstanding 2016, Full HD, Single video channel, 30 min
amphi: concept by ana wild. planned and buily with aia zaiger