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Artists collective for movement

Sea-Land is a site-specific work that was created for the old Jaffa port and drew its inspiration from the sea.

Together with 12 dancers, two musicians and a costume designer, the participants create a magnifying glass to the depths of the sea and the human environment of the port.

The piece stimulates the passers-by to slow down the urban life pace and walk into an aquatic magic of movement, sound and scenery, that calls attention to the beauty of the sea, its living creatures and the peace that is the inner ocean.

Sea-Land invites the passers-by to observe a live exhibition in which the performers represent various characters who are known in the port’s landscape. Afterwards, the performers gathered in the central square where they invited the spectators to dance together, and finally held hands in a long human line and watched the sunset

Creator, Producer and Set Designer | Oryan Yohanan

Creative Dancers:

Ofir Najart Fish | Ilan Kav Boat | Tal Benari Woman caught in the wind | Oded Ronen Fisherman | Hen Lesher Jellyfish | Ligal Melamed Lighthouse | Orpaz Mor Boat | Naama Tamir Lighthouse | Joel Bray Waves | Dan Ozeri Boat | Chen Agron Shell | Oryan Yohanan Seaweed 

Music | Aharoni Benari

Soundtrack | Gal Hochberg

Vocal | Orpaz Mor

Costume Designer | Shira Refael

Makeup | Ligal Melamed 

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