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Sea Level (2013-2017)

Intermedial performance work: archival documentation, Xerox prints, performance still construction, assemblage.

Drawing on embodied and non-linguistic translations, The Face of the Sea reflects notions of poetic translation and embodied presence. These are explored through performative intervention as a means of poetic vehicle for the reenactment of memory. Non-linguistic gestures convey the journey of heartbreak, healing, and enduring connection.

Once A Great Love by Yehuda Amichai - Emphasized

Once a great love cut my life in two.

The first part goes on twisting

at some other place like a snake cut in two.

The passing years have calmed me

and brought healing to my heart and rest to my eyes.

And I'm like someone standing in the Judean desert, looking at a sign:

'Sea Level'

She cannot see the sea, but she knows.

Thus I remember your face everywhere

at your ‘face Level’.

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