Tami Lebovits  - Dancer & Costume Designer

Tami Lebovits, Born in 1983. Lives and works in Tel Aviv.  Graduated the School of Visual Theater in Jerusalem in 2007. Between the years 2009-2012 she was a student and one of the initiators of the Choreography program Kelim, conducted by Anat Danieli. In 2006 Tami received the America-Israel award for her Choreographic work Taninim.  Tami is currently working on a new creation, titled This is Europe. In 2012 she collaborated with Asaf Aharonson in the creation of   God is Measuring the World with a Compass, a visual biography with associative stage happenings. This work premiered in the Machol Shalem Festival Jerusalem.   In 2011 Tami created Lessons in Binding and Government for the New Dance festival in Jerusalem. This Duet dealt with the notions of Linguistic knowledge and corporal knowledge.  Tami is collaborating with several artists in the fields of Dance and Performance.   She is a co-creator in the piece Repetitions of Parts of Me by Anat Danieli. This piece was created in the Museum of Bat-Yam and is currently performing in the Tel Aviv Museum.  In 2010 Tami took part in the creation of Homesick by Iris Erez, premiered in the Curtain Up festival. From 2007 Tami is part of Ensemble 209 under the direction of Tamar Raban. She is participating in the works Old Wive’s Tales (2006) by Tamar Raban and Guy Gutman, Amplifier (2008), Remix: House of Bernarda Alba (2010) by Guy Gutman. Tami is also a costume designer, between the works she designed costumes for:    First Body Many, by Iris Erez (2013)Bus Stop, the Visual Theater Ensemble (2011)Small Vacation, directed by Nava Frenkel, Aco festival (2008) Two girls burst into tears, by Shani Tamari, (2008)