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Knead Life is a work with the participation of the audience dealing with the bereavement culture .

A"preparation workshop for bereavement" is held by a fictional character of a lecturer, therapist, PR woman, and the bereaved mother Chaya Eshkol. Eshol  gives a generous taste to the workshop through her unfortunate experience of life and the jewish ceremony of separating the challah. 

Accompanied by playback of oud and violin, Eshkol invites the audience to knead dough "courteously, sweetly, with love and  a smile", doing so they should create from the dough the image of their favorite person in the world.

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