Lingering – Zohar Frank

Composition and dance: Zohar Frank

A movement is trying to preserve the silence it seems to break. It creates time as a private experience of duration. The work’s dialogue with Cage’s 4’33’’takes place in its silence, but also through its qualitative, experiential and mental approach to time.

Zohar Frank is a performer and dramaturge. Her works as an independent artist include the duet They Had the Face of a Man and solo works If Only I Were a Bearand A Portrait of the Artist as a Not Getting Younger Clown. She practices and teaches Yoga and holds a BA in Philosophy from Tel Aviv University. Zohar currently lives in Berlin.