Performance of the Revival of Dance Work from 1987: Different Aspects from this Process of Reenactment
Dates in the U.S.: January 21st - May 5th, 2013
Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor are stage artists that have been creating together since 2004. They have received both national and international acclaim for their work that combines elements of contemporary dance with those of performance-art and physical theatre. A large number of festivals and venues have presented their work in recent years: France - “Montpellier Danse”, “Dansem”, “Centre National de la Danse – Pantin” , Germany - “Tanz Im August”, “Pumpenhaus” and “Mousonturm”, Netherlands - “Julidans”, “Noorderzon”, Brasil - “Cena Contemporanea”, Chille - “Gabriela Mistral Center”, and many others. Sheinfeld and Laor’s body of work includes the productions “Ship of Fools” (2011), “Big Mouth” (2009), “Covariance” (2004) and many others. Laor and Sheinfeld are also members of the artistic committee of Tmuna Theatre in Tel Aviv.
Niv Sheinfeld danced for 5 years in the Liat Dror & Nir Ben-Gal Dance Company, and has worked as an independent choreographer for the last 13 years. He has created works for the Kibbutz Dance Company, Bat Sheva ensemble and others, and collaborated with Emanuel Gat on several projects. Sheinfeld received two major awards for his work: the choreography award from the Israeli Minister of Arts in 2007 and the prestigious "Rosenblum award" for performing arts in 2009. Sheinfeld also teaches dance and creation several at institutions including the School of Visual Theater in Jerusalem and the Suzanne Dellal center in Tel Aviv.