Tag: Israeli

Keren Cytter

Somewhere between cinema-vérité and sitcom, home movie and reality TV, filmed performance and auteur film, Keren Cytter offers us a succession of scenes where reality seems to be constantly at loggerheads with fiction. From the angle of this conflict – a conflict which thus representers others – everything is fair game, and each one of the parameters inherent to the execution of these works – from scenario and script to editing, by way of the filming itself and the actors’ performances – is entirely devised and introduced in a logic of tension, matched only by the heightening of the feelings at issue. (…) For her show at Le Plateau, Kerem Cytter juggles with the architecture of the place like a logical extension of what the structure of her films represents: loop and repetition effects are combined with duplications of spaces and artificial symmetries.