Ruth Patir is participating to Musrara Mix Festival in Jerusalem with the sound installation Bad Thoughts.
Ruth Patir and Ana Wild’s Bad Thoughts is a girls’ choir in the form of a talking computer lab. The work is a reflection on the relationship between service, intimacy, and power relations. The installation features eight girls’ voices, emanating from eight computer cases. The girls talk to an imaginary audience, attempting to conduct the infamous “where is this relationship going” talk.
The MusraraMix Festival is an international multidisciplinary event that takes place in the borderline neighborhood of Musrara, initiated and produced by Musrara, the Naggar School of Art and Society.
The festival is a hub of artistic and social happenings, embodying the political and cultural essence of Jerusalem and Israel. Every year the festival is based around one theme. The 22th year of the festival is the year of High Tones 2.
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