Solo presentation at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art for a 3-person exhibition Showtime, 2013
In the darkened -1 floor of the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Museum, Rodeh installed a low and wide chess-patterned wooden stage, with a reflective pleated curtain located at its far end. A tuba adaptation of Erik Satie’s 1888 popular composition Gymnopédie #1, originally composed for piano, emanates from the loudspeakers set into the floor, synchronized with changing lights. The result is harmonious and disharmonious, transforming the familiar into the unusual and creating a sense of expansion into a fantastic cinematic dimension.
VIDEO DOCUMENTATIONPREVIEW FILE (Video Documentation)
Plywood, formica, reflective fabric, lights
5 min in loop
Curator: Hadas Maor
Tuba: Yuval (Tubi) Zolotov playing Gymnopédie #1 by Erik Satie
Musical production: Kalbata
Documentation: Tal Nisim
The work was made possible with the additional support of Outset Israel.