Olympus at the Amphi
Exhibitions of the Olympus Program's participants will be featured at the Liebling Haus during May-June. Registration for the spring and summer classes is now open on the program's website.
uring May-June, we invite you to visit four exhibitions of the Framework Program participants, featured at the Amphi on the third floor of the Liebling Haus. Dekel Bovrov, Yotam Michael Yogev, Shay Ben Ari, Tal Avidan, Omer Shach, and Alma Shneor spent the past few months exploring the Liebling Haus Amphi's conceptual and architectural qualities and creating three site-specific group exhibitions.
Olympus at the Amphi
The Amphi at the Liebling Haus is a round grandstand structure encircling a public arena. The Greek word Amphitheater means "on both sides"; the word Theater means "behold." An amphitheater is, therefore, a place to view on both sides.
s well as the seated audience.
Program participants were invited to create works and actions within and for the Amphi, creating a new urban amphitheater.
The Framework Program proposes an alternative to our perception of artistic practice as a sequence of projects. Instead, the program in ancient times, amphitheater seats were divided into zones: in the lower rows sat the emperor and his companions, above them sat high-ranking officials, and so on, up to the top. This made the amphitheater an index of Roman society - for outside observers invites participants to observe and explore the time between projects and the common thread that connects them. Participants explore the creative, aesthetic, and conceptual core from which their work evolves. The program aspires to refine and hone our methods through passionate dialogue with various creators about friendship, intuition, balance, and space.
Instructors: Eran Eizenhamer and Anna Wild
Nectar on the Roof
in weekly workshops with creatives from various disciplines: artists Yitzhak (Itche) Golombek and Naomi Siman-Tov, choreographer Bosmat Nossan, architect and publisher Sharon Rotbard, football coach Dan Roman, and author Yaara Shchori.
Instructor: Ishai Shapira Kalter.
13.5.2021 at 20:00
Dekel Bovrov and Yotam Michael Yogev
(The exhibition is open A small group exhibition by the Nectar Program's participants will be featured on the rooftop of the Liebling Haus. Artists Ohad Weber, Hagit Witman, Tomer Fruchter, and Sharon Peretz sealed the openings of a kiosk-like structure, turning it into a temporary makeshift lightbox: a solitary chamber or diorama containing readymade objects and artworks.
In the past four months, participants of the Nectar Program gathered
Ohad Weber, Hagit Witman, Tomer Fruchter, Sharon Peretz
(The exhibition is open until 23.5.2021)
20.5.2021 at 20:00
Shay Ben Ari and Tal Avidan
(The exhibition is open until 26.5.2021)
27.5.2021 at 20:00
(The exhibition is open until 2.6.2021)
3.6.2021 at 20:00
(The exhibition is open until 9.6.2021)