Jump This piece reflects on social situations from a personal and intimate daily conversation. One movement is woven into another to introduce a female perspective, disclosing an animated dialogue between the dancers who reveal its aesthetic value through different states of matter. This dance allows the face behind the face to come through. It features a collection of documentary images that piece together a story about three empathetic characters
Traveling through time, this piece submits to the flow of the current at the heart of the world, offering a glimpse into the human soul and forging a new connection between emotion and thought, earth and sky in the form of an uncompromising dance. Traversing the globe and far beyond she dances with wings on her back, her hands becoming clouds that release drops of water onto dry land. Who said, who saw, who heard, who knew, who who who am I.
Merav Cohen is a Haifa born professional dancer and choreographer, Creates and Performs since 2008, winner of the 2015 Minister of Culture and Sports’ award. Graduate Reut Dance School of Arts; the Haifa Contemporary Dance Workshop. Performed with the Bat Kol Dance Company, the Young Kibbutz Dance Company And worked with lead Choreographers. Her Choreographic works include: “Doves Drowned in the River”, “Laugh for Me”, “Daydreams”, “Hunting the Memory”, “Goggy Pleasures” and “The Merkava”, “When the Beast Returned” created for master Ido Tadmor, “Bugs” performed by Rona-Lee Shimon, “Flying Wild”. Cohen Teaches improvisation and movement workshops, creative processes and choreographic tools. in 2014, Cohen founded the dance institute “Creative Artist Portrait” at the Akko theater Center. in 2021/22 Cohen founded the dance institute “SHINOA” which continues Haifa Contemporary Dance Workshop founded by Ada Orni. BA student in Hebrew and Comparative Literature, University of Haifa. Member of the Choreographers’ Association.
Choreography by Merav Cohen
Dancers – Geut Niv, Maayan Nahum, Adi Naor
Art and Costumes: Liza Luria
Music by Itay Zilber
Light Design: Eli Ashkenazi Rehearsal
Management: Alon Karniel
Show Management: Tamar Bar-Niv
Production: Tal Reinan