Archive materials: volunteers for the “Camera Project”of B’Tselem – The Israeli Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories: Iman Sufan, Mu’az Sufan, Bilal Tamimi, Udai ‘Aqel, Awani D’ana, Bassam J’abri, Abu ‘Ayesha, Qassem Saleh, Mustafa Elkam, Raed Abu Ermeileh, Abd al-Karim J’abri, Issa ‘Amro, Ahmad Jundiyeh, Nasser Harizat, Abu Sa’ifan, Oren Yakobovich, Nayel Najar”.
Concept & choreography: Arkadi Zaides
Video consultant: Effi and Amir (Effi Weiss and Amir Borenstein)
Sound art & voice dramaturgy: Tom Tlalim
Artistic advice: Katerina Bakatsaki
Assistant choreography: Ofir Yudilevitch
Lightning Design: Thalie Lurault
Lightning Operator: Yoav Barel
Production: Yael Bechor
Technical direction: Pierre-Olivier Boulant
Agent: Julia Asperska
The viewpoint of a Palestinian. What kind of body is the product of a society full of violence in everyday life? To address this issue, the Israeli choreographer Arkadi Zaides borrows the Palestinian gaze over the settlers in the occupied territories and turns his body into an archive. The choreography is based on images shot by Palestinian volunteers of the Camera Project of B’Tselem (the Israeli Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories), which documented their lives in the conflict areas.