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© המידע בקטלוג הוא מתוך חומרים תיעודיים שנוצרו בעמותת מקלט 209 ע"ש דן זקהיים, או חומר שהתקבל מידי האמנים עצמם או נאסף ממקורות אחרים. זכויות יוצרים על עבודות האמנות הבודדות הן של האמנים עצמם או יורשיהם. אין לשעתק את היצירות, לפרסמן או להפיצן ללא רשות האמן והעמותה. ניתן לעשות בחומרים שימוש הוגן לצרכי מחקר ולימוד עצמי, תוך מתן קרדיט לקטלוג ולכותבים.

© Materials presented in the catalogue are taken from documentary materials created by Shelter 209 in memory of Dan Zakhem non profit organization, or materials received by the artists themselves or gathered from other sources. Copyrights for individual artworks are held by the artists themselves or their heirs. These materials may not be replicated, published or distributed without the artist and Shelter 209 permission. They may be used freely for the express purpose of research, while citing their source in the catalogue and to contributing authors.

Foreign Work

A performance-tour proposed by the Ensemble artists, a different kind of meeting with the environment of the bus station, the Performance Platform's new home. By roaming this multicultural and fascinating world, artists offer an open and accepting view of this complex human habitat, a place that exists within the narrow confines of prejudice and fear. They direct attention to the existence of an unknown society, but one also very familiar. With whom can you identify here? With those that have been abandoned? With people of economic and national interests? With people as individuals or as a group? With multiculturalism? With intra-culturalism? With culture? And what is culture, anyway? Through this direct and surprising engagement, this work presents questions about architecture, urbanity and history, and about the role of art in these concepts. The tour begins and ends in the Performance Platform.

 

A work by Ensemble 209

 

Year: 2012 onwards

Venue: Performance Art Platform, Central Bus Station, Tel Aviv

Participating artists: Tamar Raban, Guy Gutman, Beni Kori, Kineret Max, Karin Mendelovici, Ran Nahmias, Liat Ezra

 

An interview with 5 central station workers, part of Foreign Work