Creating the soundtrack of the exhibition Solar Mountains & Broken Hearts

Date: Wednesday April 21, 2021 at 20 - 21
Location: Magasin III Jaffa, Yossi Ben Yossi 17, Tel Aviv-Yafo

“Morn came and went – and came, and brought no day,
And men forgot their passions in the dread
Of this their desolation; and all hearts
Were chill’d into a selfish prayer for light”

(Lord Byron, “Darkness”, 1816)

 24/24 – Soundtrack for Solar Mountains & Broken Hearts

1 – Sound Drawing with Catastrophe Scenery / Adaya Godlevsky
Harp, voice and Electronics
2 – The Consul’s Last Day / Lior Ashkenazy
Found sound, tapes and modular synth

Mastering by Harel Schreiber

24/24 – Adaya Godlevsky and Lior Ashkenazy

Magasin III Jaffa is pleased to invite you to listen and view the creation of the soundtrack of the exhibition, through the window of Magasin III Jaffa at 17 Yossi Ben Yossi Street (The event will take place outside the space). The soundtrack will be created and performed by the musicians Adaya Godlevsky and Lior Ashkenazy.
The event marks the eruption of Tambura Volcano in April 1815. Two musicians will perform alone in the exhibition space and utilize it as a sound box for 24:24 minutes, the duration of a complete cycle of the video work CRY, presented at Attoun’s exhibition.

20:00 – Adaya Godlevsky – Sound Drawing with Catastrophe Scenery, by Harp, Sound and Electronics
A musical improvisation contoured by the time and place of the exhibition, as merging and changing spaces.

20:30 – Lior Ashkenazy – The Consul’s Last Day / for Objects, Tapes and Electronics
Sound meditation in the exhibition space, while utilizing the space as the echoing crater of the volcano.

Adaya Godlevsky
An interdisciplinary artist, the harp is a key element in her work. Adaya ranges from performing classical music, experimental music, improvisation, singing, composing songs by poets and composing for the harp and other instruments. In addition, she performs and creates as a performance artist, actress and director and collaborates with artists from various fields. Her multidisciplinary activities are presented and performed on various stages, in Israel and around the world.

Lior Ashkenazy
A senior musician, especially in the experimental field.