Tired Out is a visual, theatrical and physical piece which depicts a dialogue between a tire and a woman and explores tendencies of behavioral repetitiveness intrinsic to our human existence. The project’s focus on the notion of repetitiveness – the process of replicating both personal and global patterns – becomes significant considering the notable recent (re)rise in hate crimes towards minorities, ethnic groups and refugees, and the considerable (re)rise of nationalism across the world.
The residency will focus on the collection, development, re-working and piecing together of physical material gathered and researched by Darya Efrat over the past year and will culminate with a final public presentation. It will take place during the months of October- December, 2019.
Tired Out is designed to ultimately be a 40-minute street performance and thus being able to test it on unknown audiences from different backgrounds is essential to its development.
It is planned as a participatory-street-performance and hence the local community will be able to get involved during its presentation.