An immaterial artwork consisting real fire. The fire is continuously burning inside the space over the whole exhibition period. It seems like it is just the begin before the fire takes the whole space. The heat and the flickering of the flames take the whole exhibition space into tension. It brings, on one hand the potential of destruction and danger of this element but also the domination over it, out.
Wrapped is an urban legend combining humor and poetics happening in a visually-rich imaginary world. Wrapped was created in 1998 and won many illustrious reviews and several awards, including the prestigious “Bessie” The New York Dance and performance Award, 1999-2000. “Inbal Pinto, a young Israeli choreographer with defiant charm, came onto the program of the 8th Lyon Dance Biennale like a breath of fresh air. Her universe is elfin and sparkling, studded with humor and lucky finds. Her work
Anish Kapoor: The use of red wax is part of his repertoire, evocative of flesh, blood, and transfiguration. In 2007, he showed Svayambh (which translated from Sanskrit means "self-generated"), a 1.5-metre block of red wax that moved on rails through the Nantes Musée des Beaux-Arts as part of the Biennale estuaire; this piece was shown again in a major show at the Haus Der Kunst in Munich and in 2009 at the Royal Academy in London.