Born in Beer Sheva in 1989. Lives and works in Tel Aviv as a Dancer/Independent Choreographer. Originally Started his way in gymnastics and BreakDance, Later on he went to complete his formal dance training at “Maspa – Matte Asher School for performing arts” in ”Kibbutz Gaaton”. And soon continued at the ’Maslool’ – Dance Professional Training Program in Tel-Aviv. Currently collaborating with Iris Erez , Hillel Kogan, Dana Ruttenberg, Noa Shador, Rachael Ardos and Bosmat Nussan. His works includes: Homeland lesson (TLV Dance Festival 2014) ,What really makes me mad (Shades Of Dance Festival 2013), Are you talking to me ? (mahol aher 2012). His work ‘what really makes me mad’ won 1st prize at the Gvanim Bemahol (Shades Of Dance) Festival. In 2012 Adi awarded in art studies scholarship support to students from the periphery, the Ministry of Culture
Born in 1986. works as an independent dancer. Participating in Iris Erez new piece “Ill be right back”. collaborated with many different independent choreographers, such as: Tamar Borer (Israel, 2014, 2011), Bosmat Nossan (Israel, 2014), Anna Rotlisberger (2013, 2012), Dana Ruttenberg (Israel 2012), Yossi Berg and Oded Graf (Israel, 2011). participated in “Kamuyot” Project, a collaboration between Bat-Sheva Dance Company and The Riksteatern, (Sweden-Israel, 2009-10). Studied dance at haifa dance school (2005-2008). The former Israeli champion in Ballroom and Latin American Dance. graduated Ilan Lev Metod studies (2011). Currently a student of Philosophy and Art at the Open Univesity. BMC student, with Michal Shachak, at “Body-Lab”.
Born in 1985 and raised in Tel Aviv. Graduated Ironi Alef high school for arts in theater studies .Guided tours at SPNI, The Western Wall Heritage Foundation and the Israel Nature and Park Authority. Studied at Hakvuza- school of contemporary dance ,Bikurey H’itim- interdisciplinary art center and the Visual Theater school.
Graduated Vertigo dance program. B. DANCE at the Jerusalem Dance and Music Academy, majored In Choreography.
Dance teacher and Pilates instructor. Married to Opher and mother to Nevo.
Born in 1972, Jerusalem. Graduate with distinction of the Sam Spiegel Film School, Jerusalem, 2002. Graduate of the Los Angeles – Tel Aviv master workshop. Produced and directed over 20 short films and videos. Produced and directed the documentary “The Last Zionist“, premiered at the Jewish Film Festival, Jerusalem 2011.
Daniel Landau is an artist, educator and media researcher. He is head of the Art & Media studies at the Midrasha Faculty of the Arts, Beit Berel Academic college. He completed his second degree in new-media and music-composition at the Royal Conservatory in The Netherlands where he lived and worked for more than a decade. Daniel’s work typically uses multi-layered processes of research, documentation and mediamatic exploration – investigating the interchangeable qualities between documentary and fiction. His interest in narrative-mechanisms is essential to his examination of time, identity and social-political realities. His work has been presented in major venues, museums and festivals worldwide among others: Jerusalem, New-York, Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris and Mexico City.
Daniel recently co-founded the ‘Information & Mind’ Think & Do tank – a multidisciplinary organisation working to investigate Human Agency in The Information Age. Daniel is also a research fellow in the Advanced Virtuality Lab at the IDC School of Communications, Hertselia.
Gili (1970) is a set designer and builder, graduated from the School of Vis-ual Theater in Jerusalem. For the last ten years, lives in Tel Aviv and works in different theater and television productions as well as with independent artists.
Born in Israel, 1978. Interdisciplinary designer currently situated in Denmark. She began her professional education in interior design at a private studio run by two architects where I gained vocational experience. Pursuing her desire for professional design and research. Graduated the Shenkar College of Art, Design, and Engineering with a B.Des. interned at Adidas (Germany) and WGSN (UK). Since then she has been working as a freelance designer in Tel-Aviv, designing costumes and sets for renowned choreographers, acclaimed theatre directors, and visual artists. She has also created unique window displays for chain, boutique stores and run a private clothing label called & Me based on customizing recycled clothes. The brand name derives from the idea of “cooperating” with established labels. The original label is not removed but displayed alongside my own embroidered signature. She graduated a master program from CIID in Interaction design, Copenhagen (M.A), Her final thesis Book&ME won a prize for startups, sponsored by the ministry of business, and currently being developed. She also collaborate with the danish choreographer Tina Trapgaard since 2012. www.inbalieblich.com
Lee Meir (IL/DE 1984) is a choreographer, performer and costume designer. Her works have been presented in venues such as: Tanz im August (Berlin), Tanzquartier (Vienna), Brighton Festival, and Pavillon Noir (Aix-en-Provence). In September 2011, Lee”´s soloTranslation Included, was awarded 1st prize at the Israeli Biennale for young choreographers, at the Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance, Tel-Aviv. Between 2006 and 2009, Lee worked with Clipa Theatre, Israel’s leading visual theatre group, as performer and costume designer. During this period she also worked with various independent choreographers and directors in Tel-Aviv. In 2013, Lee completed Choreography studies at HZT, Inter University Centre for Dance, Berlin.Lee approaches choreography as space that continually redefines itself through a live body in action. She focuses on notions of paradox, friction and multi-modal tensions and explores the usage of multi-tasking as a basic means of generating her work. Her research field derives from text, voice and movement; by treating relations between verbal language and physicality, she examines the emergence and transformation of meaning. Lee´s work is driven the by curiosity for contradictory meeting points, uncanny juxtapositions and fusions between different extremes which co-exist at the same time, within the same body. Lee has recently premiered the piece if it’s fun, a collaboration with the performer Maya Weinberg, in January in Berlin, as part of Tanztage 2014. She is currently working with various dance and theater makers such as artistwin Deufert & Plischke, Otso Huopaniemi, Costa Compangie and Joana Von Mayer Trindade. www.leemeir.com
Was born in 1988. Graduate of the High School of Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and the “Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music”. Studied one year composition in ESMUC academy, Barcelona, in the class of Christophe Havel and today continues his composition studies in the High Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem. Danced in the Bat-Sheva dance company for 4 years with Ohad Naharin and Sharon Eyal, 2 years in Yasmeen Godder’s dance group, with Osnat Kelner and Einat Ganzt. Composed music to 3 dance pieces of Ella Rothschild, to Osnat Kelner, Tom Weinberger and Bobbi Jene Smith. Winner of 3 “Keren Sharet” scholarships and one of the establishers of “Castle in Time Orchestra”. From 2012 until today dances in “homesick” by Iris Erez.
An Israeli choreographer, dancer and a teacher for Improvisation and release technique based in Berlin since 2013. She worked as a dancer with Yasmeen Godder Company for 8 years and was a teacher at Godder`s school, as well as in other schools and academies such as The School of of Visual Theater in Jerusalem and HZT- Berlin . Since 2008, Maya has created various works by commission from dance and performance-art festivals, often collaborating and performing with dance, video-art and performance artists. Among her pieces ‘Trained’ (with Keren Ida Nathan), ‘Homonimy’, ‘My True Self’ (for Fattoria Vittadini Dance Company),’Some fish swim up the river to die’ . In January 2014 she premiered ‘if it’s fun’ in Tanztage Festival (Sophiensaele, Berlin) in collaboration with Lee Meir. The piece was performed as well at Diver Festival 2014, Tel Aviv. Her Latest creation, ‘While House’ , a collaboration with ‘The Instrument’ (Maya M, Carroll and Roi Carroll) was premiering at Curtain Up festival 2014 in the Suzanne Dellal Center for dance, Tel–Aviv and in Ausland Berlin. In the last two years she is collaborating with the director Sebastian Blasuis in his latest works: ‘Erasing Cafe M.’ , ‘Keep Quiet’. In 2015 she will collaborate with Antje Velsinger in her work ‘Haus, kein Haus’, a production of the K3, Hamburg. Maya’s works raises basic questions about the medium of performance while offering unexpected ways of dealing with the tragic-comic gap that exists betweens language and unexpressed intentions.