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Visual Theater Artist
Multidisciplinary Artist
Art Consultant
Theater and Art    Teacher & Lecturer


 // Projects //

Sodom, both a mythical place and geographical and historical site, is transformed by JP’s art into a vivid theatrical vision, speaking to our current times. This poetic and political production is the result of multilayered research crossing archeological layers of tabu and longing.

Pnina sinks into her inner world, the world of paper figures. She is unable to separate between a skin tissue and paper, between one child and the countless figures. She cannot tell between the annihilated reality and her savior imagination. On top of hospital beds, she spreads a nightmare-like consciousness space. She evokes questions on mother-daughter relationship, society, sexuality, and gender.


A puppet theater that interprets a life story. A paper doll tries to escape from her childhood home. She is drawn to fantastic mental landscapes; Magical and terrifying, a mirror to her fears and dreams. With a suitcase in hand, she arrives at an abandoned slum, where my uncle, a transgender solar boiler technician, and the girl he once was are wandering around...

17 years of creating miniature puppet theaters, in which a fragile paper figure appears with feverish, compulsive repetition. The paper dolls are so small that they are almost invisible, implying everything that could be torn, crumpled, trampled. "The toil, the compression, the haste that produces a formal overload, an emotional congestion, delicate as lace, endlessly overflowing with forms..."

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When my father was young he adopted a falcon. Now, after his death I return to examine the father-daughter relationship through the gender-reversed myth of Icarus and Daedalus. A real feather archive in Germany and clinical boards where the bird is disassembled into its feathers are the stage and conceptual space through which the myth and relationships are examined.

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Shoshana is the daughter of immigrants from Ethiopia and Zoya an immigrant from the Soviet Union. Both grew up in immigrant housing in the social periphery of Israel. They met in the youth boarding school. Today, after twenty years, they weave their experiences into one human story.

The show 'Peqaat' is the product of a joint creation of Palestinian and Jewish women within the project 'From the different to the common - from the personal to the political' under the joint leadership of the 'Ahoti' movement - for women in Israel and the 'Aros ElBahar' association for women in Jaffa.

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