Pupik is a new, multi-layered, visual and physical two-woman show, created and performed by Yael Karavan and Naomi Silman and co-produced by award-winning companies, LUME Teatro (Brazil) and The Karavan Ensemble (UK). Pupik - meaning 'navel' in Hebrew - is the story of an encounter between two women, both descendants of generations of immigrants who have always been foreigners in other lands. Together they tackle questions of identity, roots, displacement, borders and the concept of a home. They travel through time and space, unveiling the layers of their nuanced stories and ancestry, tracing a line from the personal to the universal. With decades of experience in physical and visual theatre, dance and clowning between them, Yael and Naomi fuse their artistic skills into a simple and poetic language in this two-woman show, creating a playful and intimate dialogue with the audience.