Keren Rosenberg

Keren Rosenberg

Keren Rosenberg (1978, NL) is an Amsterdam based performer | maker | movement researcher. She studied in The Jerusalem Dance Academy and in The Academy of the Kibbutz Dance Company from which she continued to dance for several high-profile Israeli companies, among which are Idan Sharabi & Dancers (NDT/Batsheva), Ido Tadmor Dance Company (Israeli Ballet/Batsheva), Fresco Dance Company and Tami Dance Company. She is the recipient of Keren Sharet award for young and promising dancers (IL). In 2011 she was invited by Ohad Naharin to study the Gaga movement language and become a certified teacher. Since then She has been invited to teach Gaga and her choreographic practice in in the highest professional institution and dance companies around Holland, Europe, Asia and South America.


Through her works and artistic practice, she seeks to articulate a new physical and social political gaze over the body and the environment it functions in; She explores physicality that can liquify the boundaries between the body and the environment, between social skin and the primal body underneath. Questioning social political and queer contexts while creating multidisciplinary collaborations with artists from the fields of Photography, Film, Design, Sound and Theory.


Her works were presented in Sadler’s Wells (UK), Dansstationen (SE), Dutch Chinese Festival (CN), Reykjavik Dance Festival (IS), Malmo Pride Festival (SE), Amsterdam Dance Event, Amsterdam Fringe Festival, Dansmakers, Dansataliers, Korzo Theater (NL), Machol Acher Festival (IL), Dublin Fringe festival (IE), Museum of Modern Art Dublin (IE), as well as in venues and theatres in Mexico, Israel, Sweden, The Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Ethiopia and Australia.


Reviews: “Such a power, such a body, such a stage personality. Rosenberg is amazing to watch: as a man, as a woman and everything in the in between.“ Volkskrant magazine

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