Tours as part of the exhibition
Registration form (The tours are free entrance. Registration is limited to 15 participants for a tour)
Around the rectangular outline of the breakfast table we created a fabric for sharing ideas and inspirations, and this gave us air to breathe. We burst open the closed perimeter by drawing independent lines outward from it to different points in the city, in the form of tours led by the group members. The tours expressed personal, day-to-day, urban experiences, physical and mental pathways that challenged the familiar urban ways and trails.
5.11- «En danseuse» / Dan Robert Lahiani
We’ll walk between two neighborhoods, the Talpiot industrial zone and Beit Safafa, while shifting the gaze to the geographical gap between them as an expression of prominent spatial and social injustice. The tour will depart from Dan’s studio at the Artists’ Studio and will end at Beit Safafa. Meeting Point: 26 HaOman Street in the Talpiot neighborhood, at 11:00
Common Breakfast – 12.11, 10:30
Through organized breakfasts which took place in public spaces in the city, the artists sought to explore what was and what lay before them – the possibility to act on the one hand and the open space on the other.
Inspired by this process, we will organize a breakfast open to anyone who wants to join, chat and share their thoughts.
9.11 We/ are the tour / Holeket ~ Uri Karin
We/ will tour around Musrara, one of the most visited neighborhoods in Jerusalem. The tours in Musrara usually focus on a certain topic or a certain angle to look at the neighborhood. Not so in our case – we will meet whatever it is that will meet us. The main tool that the tour guides use is speech. However,
We/ this is an invitation to participate in the Us/W-e tour, to experience it and also (for a short period of time) to guide it.
Friday, 11.19, 11:00. The meeting point will be sent after the registration.
26.11- Introduction to Artistic Activism in South America / Agustin Jais
In a tailor-made installation based on drawing and pedagogical materials, Agustin invites us to exchange information and inspiration between sites that symbolize political conflicts in Jerusalem and activist art activities in Chile and Argentina. Walking back and forth in time and space is the basis for a performance class in the gallery.
Friday 26/11 11:00 at Mamuta Art and Research Center
3.12- Exchange Change / Agustin Jais
Following the work of Agustin who invites us to exchange information and inspiration between sites that symbolize political conflicts in Jerusalem and activist art activities in Chile and Argentina, we will go on a walking tour around Paris Square, the Muslim Cemetery in Mamilla and the Museum of Patience. Meeting Point: Paris Square at 11:00.
Registration form (The tours are free entrance. Registration is limited to 15 participants for a tour).