Jerusalem Hills involves a team of artists engaged in a durational performance by spontaneously reacting to each other's actions without any verbal communication. A selected group of international artists were invited to produce a performative work/installation using our shared environment and objects from the daily routine of personal/professional life.
Jerusalem Hills as a performance stimulated a dialogue between the collaborating individuals and introduced their diverse practices to be shown in a performative environment. As we become increasingly attuned to grey areas of life, choices and morality, the engagement and interpretation of these collaborating artists presented an experience of collective individuality - within - a shared space.
Location: Jerusalem, Israel