Gravity and Grace
Ana Wild and Johanna Markert
- not at the CCA
- Manta Ray
- Charles Clore Beach
- SAT 9.7
Meeting point at Manta Ray, Charles Clore Beach
A play to be read outdoors.
May I disappear in order that those things that I see may become perfect in their beauty from the very fact that they are no longer things that I see. . .
To see a landscape as it is when I am not there. . .
When I am in any place, I disturb the silence of heaven and earth by my breathing and the beating of my heart.
(Simon Weil, Gravity and Grace)
- By Ana Wild and Johanna Markert
- Book design Dekel Bobrov
- Performed by Amit Tine, Tamar Even-Chen and Itamar Banai
- The book was published by Poraz at Navok publishers, January 2022
Ana Wild Bio
Ana Wild is a performance and installation artist. Graduate of The School of Visual Theatre, Jerusalem (2011) and DasArts, Amsterdam (2015). She is a young girl, a graceful punk, a memorisation maven, interested in voice, in speaking, in words, in knowledge-structures, in anthropology, history, mythology, poetry, electricity, in creation ex-nihlis, in musicality, learning, understanding, repetition, cyclicality, in Hebrew, English, French, Arabic, in translation, in print, in magic, in adventure, in friendship, in agency and in power.
Johanna Markert Bio
is a curator based in Berlin and co-director of the non-profit arts organisation anorak. With a background in Fine Art and English literature, her practice oscillated between an interest in narratology, translation, and exhibition making on the one hand and artistic practice on the other. In 2018/19 she was curatorial fellow at Akademie Schloss Solitude, Germany.