(A frame from our movie. I’m on the left and Kinneret on the right)
Now I can finally tell you what kept me so busy lately: my friend Kinneret, me and our Ruby Wood Project are going to be part of the upcoming Pecha Kucha night in Tel-Aviv. Hooray!
We’re going to show a movie we made (actually it’s still in the making), where we talk about our work together: how it started, where it’s going and what it means to us. Meanwhile on stage, we plan to do a live-drawing session. In our heads it’s cool, I hope it will be OK.
Sharing the stage with us on that evening will be comic book artist Rutu Modan, poster and graffiti artists Broken Fingaz and more creative people doing intersting things.
The event will take place on the evening of February 9th, in Hanger 11 at the Tel-Aviv Port. More details HERE (from experience, the tickets tend to be sold out in 10 minutes or something, so if you’re planning on going you have to be fast).
But now really, the most important question is: what the #$*% do we wear?