Nitsan Margaliot (1991, Ramat Gan) is a choreographer, dancer and curator entangled with queer and family archives, fabulation, and vulnerable encounters.
He danced in the Batsheva Ensemble and Vertigo Dance Company. Since moving to Berlin in 2014, he has worked with Maud Le Pladec, Kat Valastur, Aoife McAtamney, Benjamin Bertrand, Anne Collod, Milla Koistinen and Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop, amongst others.
Nitsan holds an MFA from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where he evolved his research around subjective relation to time through writings and installations. 
In 2020 he initiated TouchingMargins.com, an alter-archive together with Sasha Portyannikova and The Platform, an organization working to create sustainable conditions for freelance dancers in Israel together with Tamar Sonn.
In 2022 he was co-curator of the exhibition and performance series Movement Research ACROSS at Galerie Wedding and is a research resident at the European Centre for the Arts Dresden HELLERAU and at tanzhaus nrw. Coming up is a solo piece at PATHOS Munich and a triple bill evening at Kunstquartier Bethanien Berlin.

His works have been presented at 14StreetY NYC, Vitlycke Centre for Performing Arts Sweden, Israel Festival, Radialsystem, English Theatre Berlin, Soundance Festival - Dock11, Adama Festival, LAB Frankfurt, Israel´s Biennale for young choreographers - Suzanne Dellal Centre, SomoS Arts Berlin, Barnes Crossing Cologne, Kelim Choreographic Center and Jewish Filmdays Frankfurt.