Michal Samama

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Keter Plastic
Bad Behavior - Performance Program
Keter Plastic is a performance piece set to investigate the “protocol” of the public event through the point of view of “Keter Plastic” chairs, an emblem of the Israeli public space. "Keter Plastic" furniture are “transparent” objects, rendered invisible by their everydayness and omnipresence. As such, just like breathing, they are essential for the fabric of life.
In the performance, the chairs are temporarily “extracted” from their function as the audience's seats and embark on a journey in the neighborhood of Musrara.