Black dog which explores periods of time where our emotional state is fragile.
Winston Churchill used the term “black-dog” to refer to his depression: ”The black-dog has bitten me today.”
"The light is important to me; it fights the darkness in my head. Depression is the enemy - the monster lives at my gate." (Shoot the Damn Dog, Sally Brampton)
The work was started as part of a collaboration project between the Israeli choreographer’s society and Rimon School for music composition. Premiered May 2016.
There is now a new version with a new electronic score premiered in FIDCDMX Mexico July 2016.
Choreography: Rachel Erdos
Creative Dancers: Ori Lenkinski, Snir Nakar
Original Music: Alon Peretz
Costumes: Veronika Szor