Dec 1, 2022 | 16:30
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*The performance includes participation of the audience
Emergency Routine is a performative exercise that activates physical alliances which are formed between citizens in situations of danger and disaster. It is an arena for public experimentation based on various forms of evacuation. Along with the spectators, who become participants, five members of a public movement perform choreographies of compassion, policing, care and evacuation, thus re-examining different ways in which the state touches and moves its citizens.
Emergency Routine (2019) is a commission by Public Art Agency Sweden. It was developed during Public Movement’s residency at Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv and Laspis, Stockholm.
Public Movement is a performative research body that investigates and stages political actions in public spaces. It studies and creates public choreographies, forms of social order, overt and covert rituals. The group works across artistic mediums including performance, dance, theater and visual art. Public Movement has performed in renowned art institutions worldwide including Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv; Guggenheim Museum, New York; Hebbel Am Uber Theater, Berlin; Asian Art Biennial, Taipei; Australian Centre for Contemporary Art Melbourne; and steirischer herbst Festival, Graz. The group has won several awards including the Essential Art Prize (2021) and Rosenblum Prize for Performance Art (2017).
Dana Yahalomi is the co-founder of Public Movement (together with Omer Krieger) and its director since 2011.