Choreogrephy: Sahar Azimi
Music: Original music Didi Erez
Let me be your Teddy bear – Elvis Presley
Charles in the park, three days - Josephine foster
The hokey pokey - Yo la Tengo
Light designer and Amplification: Dani Fishof – Magenta
Show & Rehearsals director: Melanie Barson
Dancers: Dana Zecharia, Coralie Ladame, Elad Shechter, Liron Ozeri,
Naomi Nisim, Sadira Smith, Sofi Krantz & Sahar Azimi.
The superficiality that occurs out of the common denominator
The need to be understood by everyone
The code or format that forms the simple idea in well wrapped covers
The sacredness of awkward as the new form of uniqueness...
The fatigued spirit looking from behind the covers
And the exceptional code that leaves some room to freedom of spirit
Or when we copy the code we allready give it our own interpretation
and sometimes we can even win the code......?!
in our "show" we present the tasks of the code
and watch the dancers cope with learning and keeping the code.
The piece was premiered first at ZKM Theater, by ZPA Dance
company In Zagreb, Croatia on September 2009. ZPA Dance Co. Are
preforming with this piece all around Europe. Sahar Azimi broght
the codes to his Israeli dancers, they put them selfes in the codes
and perform them in there own way. UTF8 of Sahar Azimi Dance
Company Israel premiered on January 2010.