Rotem Tashach | Throat Command
Throat Command is an autobiographical lecture-performance piece that examines the interrelations between post-trauma, movement disorders, and politics of visible movement and audible voice.
Rotem Tashach is an independent choreographer and performer specializing in lecture performances. Dance history, Choreography, Stage skills and Acrodance teacher. He was the artistic co-director of Intimadance Festivals of 2013-2014. He teaches at Zuzima, Mitzpe Ramon 2020. Taught at Sapir College (2017-2018), Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance 2012-2017 and at the Kibbutz Seminar College (2012-2014). Rotem holds a MA in Performance Studies from NYU (2019). MPS in Interactive Telecommunication from NYU (2006). BA in Art History from the TAU (2000).
Selected works: Secrets Discourses and Matrices (Shamayim VaAretz Festival 2021); On the way to Throat Command (2021); BN2 (2018); It’s All Good (2016); Paved Life (2012); Polished Concrete made for the Israel Museum in Jerusalem (2011), Hudud (2011), Monuments (2010), Corporpolis (2010), Israelica (2009) and Metamorphoses (2008) for Intimadance festivals 2008-2010.
Choreography: Rotem Tashach
Text: Yuval Gal and Rotem Tashach
Dramaturgy and Rehearsal Director: Yuval Gal
Lighting Design: Amir Castro
Academic consultant: Dr. Tal Gonen
Photo: Asya Skorik
This piece is supported by the Ministry of Culture, the Lottery Department of Culture and the Suzanne Dellal Centre Residency program.