Stav Struz Boutrous | Spaces


Spaces tells the story of a man returning to his village from war, where two women accept him. The three cope with the time that has passed and their desire for support in their loneliness. Their meeting reflects the toll of war and the silenced voices of people who have grown tired of the image of heroism. They explore new ways to connect and to build a new present together. Spaces strive to create a space to deeply look at life, beauty, sadness, hope and the echo of humanity’s actions.

Stav Struz Boutrous was born in 1990 in Jerusalem, Israel . She graduated from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance High School. Stav was a member of the Batsheva Ensemble and Batsheva Dance Company and then joined Inbal Pinto and Avshalom Pollak Dance Company. Stav teaches movement at various dance centers around Israel as well creative movement classes for children on the autism spectrum in the Arab-Jewish Centre in Jaffa- Tel Aviv. Stav works as an independent choreographer and dancer. Her works deals with the research of Caucasus region and Soviet Union cultures and strives to create bridges between folklore and contemporary dance.

Choreography, stage design, costumes: Stav Struz Boutrous
Dancer creators: Yael Sofer Samson, Andrey Deutsch, Stav Struz Boutrous
Artistic advising: Adi Boutrous
Lighting design: Amir Castro 
Soundtrack design and edit: Adi Boutrous, Stav Struz Boutrous
Photographer : Efrat Mazor
The creation was supported by the Independent Artists Fund established by the Ministry of Culture and Sport, MART Foundation, Ifat Galinsky’s NIA+ Artist’s Studio Residency program. 


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