If you meet the Buddha, kill the Buddha.
Man is subject to illusion; the external world that we perceive doesn’t exist.
Our senses aren’t faithful or accurate towards what exists; they are oriented by our emotional memory and by the bio-physical laws that surround us.
A reflection on the difficulty of accessing the knowledge of reality and, at a deeper level, one’s own true self. True self is no mind, no thought; only energy.
Does Man use rituals to free himself, or is Man subordinate to those rituals? Are we stuck in a social rite through which we seek freedom? Does this social rite lead to a dictatorship?
Kill the Buddha, kill the mass influence.
Doubt your own perception of reality, doubt your own rituals.
Lead yourself to your own truth.
Reset and start over.
Born in France in 1994. Beginning in 2007, studied ballet, modern and character dance at the Princess Grace Academy and Les Ballet de Monte-Carlo in Monaco. Graduated in 2013.
Upon moving to Israel, collaborated with Nadine Bommer’s Animato Dance Theater and participated in the Batsheva Dance Company’s Outstanding Dancers’ Project.
Joined the Dance Workshop in Kibbutz Ga’aton in 2015. Performed with KCDC 2 and joined KCDC’s main company as an apprentice in August 2016. Joined the main company as a dancer in September 2017.
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Special thanks to Amira Teomi and Rami Be’er
To the A team Galit Lifshits Melamed, Nadav Gal, Emil Bader
To Omer Ben-David and Omri Barzilai
To the Technicians
And special thanks to Konstantin Lauri.