A versatile ongoing drawing performance, usually done directly on the computer, executed as a solo show or a two-person show with changing artists. While the content changes, the format remains almost the same, usually dealing with the connection between drawing, politics and global issues.
As a solo project
With Michel Platnic
A variation of that work was presented at Circle 1 in Berlin, as ICTUS - performance evening with Michel Platnic, February 2017. Curator: Revital Michali.
A more ellaborated version of ICTUS - performance evening with Michel Platnic was presented at Kav16 Gallery in Tel Aviv Israel, May 2017. Curators: Revital Michali and Karni Barzilai.
THE VIDEO IS MUTE. SOUND IS PROJECTED IN THE SPACE BY PLATNIC'S MOVEMENTS.
With Vincent Charlebois
A version of this project (I did not I did not I do not say that) was performed at World Money Gallery in Brooklyn New York, August 2017, curators: Emily & Ness.
Vincent Charlebois (1986, Canada) was drawing a graph based on live weather broadcasting data he was collecting in real time (focusing on global warming), with a result looking like a map of mountains. Dan Allon was drawing an detailed portrait of President Trump, a very big denier of global warming, which up close looked for most of the performance like a drawing of a map. Only after zooming out, it was possible to realize it's Trump. The performance took place during hurricane Harvey in Texas.