The work was commissioned by The Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv and Neuer Berliner Kuntsverein, and was premiered in November 2016, as part of both art institutions’ joint performance art project, “Conditions for Political Choreography”. Sparse and monochromatic, The Burnt Room is performed by two dancers accompanied by its two creators, who are also responsible for the live soundtrack. Some of the familiar traits of Zuk and Fishof’s previous work are easily noticeable here: the measured theatricality; the use of movement to create a world of ethnographic fiction, with fabricated rituals, invented languages and an affinity to the absurd; and the complex interrelations between what is seen and what is heard. They often employ choreographic algorithms which can be manifested in dance and sounds imultaneously, and thus create a multidimensional choreographic tapestry of audial movement and visible sound. Ohad Fishof is an interdisciplinary artist, working in a diverse range of fields including dance, sound, performance, video and installation. Noa Zuk is a choreographer and a dancer.Strictly limited capacity. Please reserve your space in advance on arrival at City Halls, on the day of performance. Spaces will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.