Ori Flomin

Ori Flomin, photo by Nir Arieli

One by one is an exploration of solos interacting and disturbing each other. Each solo is made specifically for the dancer and his physicality and aims to challenge their ideas of extreme and how they get  tangled and untangle in their own bodies. Dancers: Madeline Wilcox and Joey Loto.

Ori Flomin’s choreography has been presented in New York at Gibney Dance, Dance theater Workshop, PS122, Movement Research at Judson Church, DanceMopolitan at Joe’s Pub, Performance Mix Festival and LaMama Moves Festival as well as internationally at venues in Austria, Japan, Norway, and Israel. He created commissioned work for London contemporary School of dance (2016), Purchase Dance Company (2013), The Barnard Project at Dance Theater Workshop (2005 and 2010), The New School (2011), and The Dance School of Norway, (2009, 2011). In January 2015 he premiered a collaborative duet with Swedish Choreographer Helena Franzen at Dansmuseet, Stockholm. Ori served as assistant to the Artistic Director of Stephen Petronio Dance Company, for which he also danced from 1991-1999, and for whom he continues to set work internationally. He also had the pleasure of dancing with Neil Greenberg, Molissa Fenley, Maria Hassabi, Kevin Wynn and Michael Clark among others. Ori currently teaches at NYU and is on faculty at Movement Research and Gibney Dance Center. He has been a guest faculty member for Princeton University, The New School, SUNY Purchase, Barnard College and Rutgers College in the USA and internationally for many companies and schools such as ImpulsTanz (Vienna), P.A.R.T.S. (Brussels), Sasha Waltz Company (Berlin), Culberg Ballet (Stockholm), SEAD (Salzburg ), London Contemporary School of Dance (London), Ballet de Lorraine (Nancy) and many more. He received a 2014 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Grant.

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