Our modern life like the tea cup is in a constant loop of getting full or running empty. Getting fulfillment is being on the fast track of success, consuming and producing, being in control. Running empty means we failed. The message of the ideal life is being controlled and broad- casted to us from all the communication channels, everywhere and around the clock .
The Japanese tea ceremony allows us to re-access our natural, human, fundamental values. Everything is in constant change:
we cannot control time: we cannot control each other and nothing is perfect.
We can only inspire to experience the present, throw compassion and exchange with others.
The Tea V show is an invitation to reconnect the split which we feel in our modern life to balance the plastic TV Illusion of live which will never get old, is always colorful and always happy with the beauty of the real consequences of time, the beauty of the incomplete, the colorfulness of diversity and the calmness which comes in accepting oneself .
We convert the flat screen reality in to a 3D interactive, dynamic environment for human being exchange.
about the installation- attempting to create a pathway, through which one sheds hie daily life-as preparation for the tea ceremony.
in the original ceremony this process occurs in the garden, designed by the tea master.
in this Urban reality i the forest is a large amount of hollow pipes hanging rootless from the ceiling huddled in tight masses that force the viewer to clash in to them. once a tree is moved a sound is generated. the combination of sounds created by all the spectators creates the harmony of their specific journey through the woods.
Roi Weinstein – Konzept und Regie
Marie Klinke – Visuelles Design
Zeljko Spehar – Visuelles Design
Stefan Roeslmair – Sound Design
Avital Yomdin – Installations Kunst
anne amelang- Installations Kunst
Esther Vorwerk- Performer
Sarah Kelley – Costume Design
Lee Efrat – Lichtsig