• michal gom

    Garden of Minutes, the latest collaboration between Noa Zuk & Ohad Fishof, is a 35 minutes dance work performed by Tamir Eting, Yaara Moses, Michal Sayfan and Noa Paran. it was premiered as part of Curtain’s Up Dance Festival in Tel Aviv. In December 2015 it will be performed again as part of International Exposure in Susanne Dellal, Tel Aviv, followed by more dates in January 2016. More information on Garden of Minutes and the collaborative work of Noa Zuk & Ohad Fishof here

  • pasaz

    Pasáž is a new  site-specific multimedia work, created for the street Pasáž on 94 Alenbi St. in Tel Aviv, as part of Sound-Art- Pasáž series. The piece is 30 minutes long and will be performed in a loop between 21:00 to 23:00 on June 15 2015.


    Maze is an installation-performance by choreographer Jasmin Vardimon, designer Ron Arad and artist Guy Bar-Amotz. I composed the multi -channel sound-score. Commissioned by Turner Contemporary Gallery, it will be presented in Margate Winter Gardens, 11-15 April 2015.


    Foot & Mouth (Assaf Gavron, Ram Orion & Ohad Fishof), who release an album every six years since 89′ and hardly ever play live, will be playing a one-off gig in the Berlin in April 13, as part of a literature symposium titled “We don’t forget, we go dancing”.


    A sound seminar with guest artist and writer Brandon LaBelle will take place at The Hansen Compound in Jerusalem on March 26 2015, 14:30-17:00. I will be talking about sound in my work, and show the video Nothing. The other speakers are Yoni Niv, Eran Zachcs, Ilan Green & Dani Meir.

  • an old w 640

    AN OLD WOMAN PICKING UP A STONE FROM THE GROUND AND CARRYING IT BACK TO HER HOUSE is a new dance piece commissioned by Singapore’s Frontier Danceland and created in collaboration with Noa Zuk over a 5 weeks residency with the company. It will be premiered in Sota Theater in Singapore at the beginning of November.

  • HD

    The full evening performance double bill of HD & A Lecture on Architecture will be presented again in early November as part of Batsheva Dance Company Hosting program. More Details to follow.

  • By the Snake

    In October, Utah’s Repertory Dance Company will premier By The Snake, a new piece by Noa Zuk in collaboration with OF. The piece was created during a month residency with the company in July. The premier will take place at the company’s  home theatre, The Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, in Salt Lake City.

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Ohad Fishof is an artist and musician working in a diverse range of fields including sound, dance, video,performance and installation.

Fishof began his artistic career as a musician with the pioneering Israeli art-pop band Nosei Hamigbaat. He later moved to compose music for dance, performance and art installations while at the same time, expanding his artistic endeavors to other media. In 1997 he received an MA in Dance from Laban Center London. He spent the following years creating dance and performance pieces as well as sound and video installations in London, where he was then based. His performance collaboration with Uri Katzenstein, Home, was presented as part of the 2001 Venice Biennial.

Over the last fifteen years, Fishof has been consistently expanding his ever- growing body of work – a difficult-to-categorize continuum of idiosyncratic time-based art, ranging from improvised music to site-specific performance work, video animation, installations, dance pieces and soundtrack work.

In 2005 he performed in London A Slow Walk for Longplayer, a performance work commissioned by Artangel. In 2006 he created the performance multimedia piece SU in Tokyo, in collaboration with Japanese artist Uzo Ishiyama. In 2007 he formed Bney Hama with fellow musician Ishai Adar - an electronic avant-pop duo in which he plays circuit bent instruments and sings. His installation and performance project Memo was one of the highlights of Art TLV 2008, Tel-Aviv's first Art biennial. In the same year Fishof was named chosen Artist of the Israel Cultural Excellence Foundation. In 2010 he presented the installation The Sauna at The Petach-Tikva Museum and was granted a visiting artist residency at the Department of Dance in Ohio State University (he returned to OSU two years later for another residency period). His short film Abduction won first prize for Best Experimental Film at the Jerusalem Film Festival 2011. In 2012, together with Noa Zuk, he created Nothing II, a dance piece for a cast of 15; Premiered the audio-visual solo performance work A Lecture on Architecture and performed it in Israel, Japan and The USA; And won the Ministry of Culture Award. In 2013 he presented four new works: The Duck, a light, text and sound installation in Ashdod museum; Slow Walk Rothschild, a short film documenting a performance piece created during the social uprise in Israel in 2011; The dance solo Nothing III (with Noa Zuk); And the short film Nothing.

His latest solo performance evening, a double bill that includes his most recent performance work HD, was premiered as part of Print Screen New Media Festival in 2014. His latest choreographic collaboration with Noa Zuk, AN OLD WOMAN PICKING A STONE FROM THE GROUND AND CARRYING IT BACK TO HER HOUSE, was commissioned  and premiered in 2014 by Singapore’s Frontier Danceland.

Fishof is also a long term collaborator of Batsheva Dance Company and have for many years worked closely with choreographer Ohad Naharin as a soundtrack designer, music director and dramaturge. A Teacher of Gaga since 2004, He had taught dance, performance and audio master classes and workshops worldwide and is currently teaching on both the BFA and the MFA programs at Bezalel Academy for Art and Design, and at the New Media Department of Hamidrasha Art School in Beit Berl College in Israel.