Keren Rosenberg is a Middle-eastern, Amsterdam based performer | maker | movement researcher. Through her artistic practice, Keren seeks to articulate a new physical and social-political position of the body and the environment in which it functions. She explores a physicality that can liquidate the boundaries between the body and the environment, between social skin and the primal body underneath. Questioning social political and queer contexts while creating interdisciplinary collaborations with artists from the fields of Photography, Film, Design, Sound and Theory.

Keren is also a certified Gaga teacher.

Keren’s 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 Podium, 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, and Ethiopia.

As a movement researcher, Keren was invited in 2011 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 Professional institutions, dance companies and festivals around Holland, Europe, Asia, South America, Africa and Australia.