Cell in a human scale

A multi-disciplinary duet performance based on a personal story. The two performers “live” inside a protected and sterile white space. In this space, they examine their relationships with each other and their relations to the environment. The performance space is composed of images projected simultaneously from several projectors. These images define the space and create a unique architecture, as well as represent the performer’s inner world.


Co-creators and performers: Sahar Azimi and Tamara Erde

Lighting design: Dani Fishof

Original music and sound design: Didi Erez

Japan by CocoRosie

Kiss Kiss by Yoko Ono

Art and costume design: Anna Waisman

Texts: Sahar Azimi and Tamara Erde

Styling: Ariel Cohen

Artistic consulting and rehearsal managment: Anna Waisman

Post production: Eitan Malki

Group scene participants: Amir Azulay, Yotam Bezalel, Asol Gendelman,

Orin Gerstenhaber, Rodik Dinisman, Yair Rainer

Doctor’s scene: Yuval Meskin

Sound, lighting and technical production: Magenta Ltd.

Screening equipment: Rimoninio Video projections Ltd.

Production: Anat Radnay

Sceintific video images: Thomas Huser, Ph.D., Department of Internal Medicine, and

NSF Center for Biophotonics University of Califronia, Davis and colleagues: Gregory McNerney,

Deanna Thompson and Frank Chuang, University of California, Davis;

Wolfgang Huebner, Benjamin Dale and Benjamin Chen, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NY

Portrait image by: David Adika

Documentation: Gadi Dagon

PR: Amalia Eyal and Elinor Glikman in cooperation with the Israeli AIDS Task Force


pictures from: Cell in a human scale