The Vertigo Dance Company premieres a new work by choreographer Noa Wertheim
Reshimo – the imprint of a past impression left within. A Kabbalistic idea pertaining to the impression of light – the fine outline which remains when the lights are gone and are no longer there. Exploring the remanence of a vacant space this is a journey of the receptive soul as Reshimo lights the way to a future state.
In this new piece choreographer Noa Wertheim explores the passages between abstract and chaotic endless motion and the defined moment. Tracing the hidden primal existence to evoke passion towards everything that is contained within time and space including intervals and suspension. Incorporating rhythmic animation and playfulness the creative process provides for a new reflection of being present in the moment while observing the inner turmoil and accumulated burdens. Thus creating a pattern free space, a magnetic realm hosting the search for emotions, knowledge and creation.
Choreorgraphy | Noa Wertheim
Asst. Choreographer, co-author | Rina Wertheim-Koren
Dancers, co-authors | Sean Ulse, Eyal Vizner, Ammy Vilonsky, Yuval Lev, Tomer Navot, Maria Slavak, Micha Amox, Yael Tzivolsky
Music | Ran Bagano
Costumes | Rozy Cna’an
Stage & Light Design | Danny Pischof – Magenta