The clash between an inner sense of quiet, the body’s complete surrender to gravity’s pull and the noise surrounding us — the buzz that lurks inside us all. Giving in to the force of gravity and reconnecting with the universe, with the life force that binds us to Earth and to one another. Without attempting control over that which we have none to become once again a part of the whole.
A coproduction of the Vertigo Dance Company and the Revolution Orchestra, White Noise weaves together dance and live music, presenting the audience with an inspiring dialogue that embodies the complexity of human life in the constant changes of the modern age. The original score, composed by Ran Bagno in 2008, has been adapted and orchestrated for string and percussion instruments, accentuating the encounter between the surrounding white noise, the soulful beat, and the strumming of the heart. Moreover, the live social encounter of dancers and musicians seeks to surpass all barriers, penetrating white noise and indifference.
“In White Noise…Noa Wertheim has created perhaps her best most interrelated and well textured work yet.” (Ora Brafman, Jerusalem Post)
“One of the most beautiful and exciting dances” (Henia Rottenberg, Dance Voices)