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.