Noam Holdengreber— Feldenkrais class —Painting on the Cortex / following the exhibition Imagine a Museum (or: The Remembering Body) (Hebrew)
Moshe Feldenkrais (1904–1984) left hundreds of hours of recorded classes in which he explains and practices the therapeutic method he invented. It is clear from this recorded estate that he was interested in creating a new body image within the existing body through movement, action and awareness.
Noam Holdengreber has been practicing and teaching the Feldenkrais method for years, specializing in working with actors and singers. He views Feldenkrais as an Israeli artist who deals with the body image — not via painting or sculpting, but through the body itself. The classes taught during the exhibition, in the Gallery, focus on the formal aspect of Feldenkrais’ teachings.
Noam Holdengreber was born in 1965 in Gan Yoshia; he lives and works between there and here.
Duration: 50 min.
Note: This event is in Hebrew only. The event on 17/02, Friday, 10:00 will be in English.
Limited space available.
Advance registration at the Museum website,or on a firstcome, first-served basis.
The gallery floor is carpeted, we recommend bringing a small towel for supporting your head.