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By Jeremy Alberge

lighting designer : Yoann Tivoli

camera : Vincent Boujon

Editing : Hugo Bembi

Residency : "Centre Choregraphique Pole-Pik"

Thanks to : Mourad Bouayad 

"BEHIND THE SOUL "

 intimate portraits of artists immersed in their worlds.

Produced, Directed and Edited by Hugo Bembi.
Sound editing by Julien Villa.
Music extracted from the album "New Dawn" by Itamar Erez & Yshai Afterman.
Thanks to Vertigo Dance Compagny for the welcome and interest in this project.

The video has been witnessing Jeremy's routine as a dancer in Israel, in several places in the country.

Roy Assaf Dance 

"The Hill".

Performances in Copenhagen, 

Summer 2019

The performers got an award of an education

and travel grant from the Balletmester Albert Gaubiers and Poul Waldorffs Fond.

Dancers : Ron Cohen, Avshalom Latucha and Jeremy Alberge

ILAN LEV PRACTIONNER SINCE JUNE 2018

The Ilan Lev method works towards improving human capabilities and removing functional difficulties. It also treats motor dysfunction, mental limitations and solves issues concerning physical disabilities or handicaps.

The treatment resolves body-circulation issues, relieves pain, skeletal and joint problems, etc.

In the session the patient's body is gently moved, creating a rich and thoughtful dialogue between the practitioner and the patient. Movement returns to parts of the body where communication was cut-off or stopped due to injury, pain or emotional issues. Dialogue within the whole system is restored. The session is intensive, with endless new material and allows new knowledge to be acquired within the patient.

Understanding the way this system functions involves understanding the terms- "functional patterns", " movement sleeves", and the relation of "movement-energy-life". 

"SLUG" by Avshalom Pollak 

Improvisation leaded by Avshalom Pollak.

The video was shot in 2016, while creating a new piece for Inbal Pinto & Avshalom Pollak Dance Company.

Studio : Suzanne Dellal Center

"Take serious what you do, but don't take yourself too seriously"