is an audio-visual poem integrating sound, video and live performance. The poem is based on the body of works and life circumstances of composer Yossi Mar Chaim, his partner the painter Michal Na'aman, and their autistic son Yonatan.
Philosophy of Poverty
is a textual work originally written for a speaking automaton. In its stage adaptation, the musicians take on the role of the automaton in attempt to embody the essence of the speaking being.
Soldiers’ Talk: Prologue
is an operatic installation. Four white males, veterans of many battles in the fields of art and life, gather together for an imaginary conversation over concepts of friendship, art, time and memory.
Nach Der Heilung
Nach Der Heilung examines the notion of the body as a site of transgression and domination, and the intimate, reciprocal relationship between pathology and poetics
Two Piano Strings silently beating against each other at varying rates.
Cursed Spirits: Exercises in Continental Philosophy
In this work, viewers are invited to enter a darkened space, to observe – and take part – in a theatrical performance that is projected on a large screen, which looks at times as though it is still at the stage of rehearsal and improvisation