Noa Eshkol: Rules, Theory & Passion is the first major retrospective exhibition in the Nordics with works by Noa Eshkol (1924-2007).
The exhibition includes Noa Eshkol’s entire life and collected production; her research, theory development, studies of language comprehension, textile art and movement notation. The exhibition also includes works by contemporary artists inspired by Eshkol’s practice; Sharon Lockhart, Yael Bartana and choreographer Omer Krieger.
DANCING WITH NOA
In connection with the exhibition, the museum has initiated Dansa med Noa, an extensive dance project where dancers from Sweden, Norway and Israel create an exchange of knowledge between practitioners and audience. The project originates in Noa Eshkol’s practice and investigates how the body can express experiences on a wordless level. During the exhibition period, several dance solos are shown in the exhibition. The dance program is carried out in collaboration with Dans i Öst/Region Östergötland with the support of the Nordic Culture Fund.
Noa Eshkol: Rules,Theory & Passion