- Can you describe your mother's laughter?
HAGAR TENENBAUM & DANNY NEYMANPRINT THIS PAGE
After many years of close friendship and mutual artistic respect and support, Danny Neyman and Hagar Tenenbaum collaborate on a piece which brings together disparate methods they have developed and elaborated in their independent work. Using methods of writing, text-manipulation and conversational-choreographies developed by Danny together with choreographic physical methodologies that Hagar has built up in her body of work, they examine how words and bodies interfere with each other.
Hagar Tenenbaum (born 1988) is an artist based in Brussels, Belgium. She is a dancer, choreographer and illustrator. She graduated P.A.R.T.S. Research Cycle 2014. Her Pieces include: "Footnote" (2011), "Swimming Room" (2012), "Two Weeks Notice" (2013), with Bryanna Fritz, "Shatter Clatter and Other Arrangements" (2014) with Rosa Omarsdottir and Christopher Schieche. Hagar has also worked with Shelly Nadashi, Mette Ingvartsen and Daniel Linehan.
Danny Neyman (born 1986) is an artist based in Antwerp, Belgium. He is a writer, translator, dancer, choreographer and "pirate psychoanalyst". He has a bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Literature from Tel Aviv University and is currently doing his post-master in performance studies with a.pt/a.pass (Brussels). Danny has worked with Yasmeen Godder, Arkadi Zaides, Public Movement, Eran Shanny, Noam Partom and Mette Ingvartsen.