The Fifth Space Presents: Public Call
Half ritualistic ceremony, half performance moving between apocalypse and hope - the Fifth Space hosts two public art actions on the rooftop.
18:00 - wine and cheese Apertivo on the most beautiful rooftop in town.
20:00 - Kinetanyahu is a wild performative skit mixing mythological, folkloristic, and political texts that traverse hope and disillusionment, erupting laughter, and moving public ceremony. Featuring the Elderly People with Background Illnesses ensemble: Naomi Yoeli, Prof. Shimon Levy, Yuval Meskin, and Yossi Mar-Chaim.
21:15 - Microcosm - six singers, a cello, and a violin weave a 360-degree musical performance, a singular, timeless work. Composer Béla Bartók (one of the greatest musicians of the twentieth century) traveled across villages in Europe, documenting ancient traditions through samples of folk songs. Conductor Neta Spiegel adapted these into an in-depth study of communal singing and playing as a collective act influenced by folk singing, contemporary rhythm, and emotional depth.
Event Curator: Dafna Karon
The Fifth Space redefines the private-public rooftop of the Liebling Haus as a new public area. The project is part of Welcome to the Re_Public exhibition.
The Fifth Space: Jakub Szczęsny (Warsaw) Hadas Tuval (Tel Aviv-Yafo)
Chief Curator: Shira Levy-Benyemini
Scenography and production: Anat Levy
Management and installation: Eliran Paz and Liron Yeshouroon
The project in collaboration with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and with the support of Mifal HaPais Council for the Culture and Arts and the Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, Tel Aviv