Some choreographers spend years finely honing their movement language. For these artists, every new creation is a chance to zoom in on the minute details of the body, purifying their esthetic as their body of work grows. For Tamir Ginz, founder and artistic director of the Beershebabased Kamea Dance Company, repertoire is less about consistency and more about taking chances. Ginz is less invested in moving on a linear path and more concerned with finding a new vocabulary with each creative process.
“Kamea is challenged constantly because our emphasis is always on developing new movement,” says Ginz.