Experimental Film, 13 min.
Ora, a cyborg-woman, gets ready for dinner in a series of routine actions. The public space constantly permeates, joins, and disappears into her modernist home.
Corridor is a film written for and shot at the Liebling Haus in Tel Aviv. Liebling haus is an apartment building from 1936 built in the international style and is nowadays a museum. The film deals with the encounter between public spaces and the private space, and the emotional world of the digital person. At the heart of the narrative are several characters living in an empty Bauhaus apartment. The characters are engaged in domestic activities that bring the apartment back to life. Into the seemingly routine and everyday script, I planted actions that could not materialize outside the digital world: disassembly and reassembly of the actors' bodies, time disruptions, and doppelgangers.