Synkroniciti is excited to welcome back Israeli dancer/choreographer, filmmaker, photographer and poet Root Yarden, our final Featured Artist of “Flow.” We feature a beautiful, short video called “Pro-missed Land,” a moment of dancing in the wind which memorializes those places to which we can never return, views altered by human development and the passage of time. It is an expressive and cathartic gesture.
See Root’s evocative video in the new issue of Synkroniciti, “Flow.” Please subscribe or purchase the issue here: https://synkroniciti.com/the-magazine/.
Root Yarden is a dancer, a poet, a therapist and a mother. Born in 1958 in Israel, she graduated from the Rubin Dance Academy in 1984, later receiving degrees in Drama Therapy (1999) from Tel-Hai Academic College and Art Curation (2014) from Tel Aviv University. She has published three collections of poetry and images in Hebrew: A Woman Catches the Sun, Monamour and Mythologies. Her work as a dancer includes “MATERIA,” which was performed at art festivals throughout Israel (1985-91). Solo performances include “me myself eye,” a collaboration with painter and musician Harold Rubin; “Teatroneto;” “Butoh” with Yumiko Yoshioka; “Boats; ” “It’s all about you” (memoir); “X LAND,” video art for the Venice Biennale; “Mud Goddess;” “In Between;” and “My Mother.”
From Synkroniciti’s “Home” issue, Vol 3, No 2, here is “Journey” by Root Yarden. You can get a copy of that issue here. Look for Catherine Heller’s “Flying Pigs” on the cover.