Nitsan Margaliot is an Israeli Berlin-based choreographer, dancer and curator entangled with queer archives, fabulation, and impossible encounters.
He danced in the Batsheva Ensemble and Vertigo Dance Company. He has worked with Laurent Chétouane, Maud Le Pladec, Kat Válastur, Aoife McAtamney, Moritz Majce, Anne Collod and Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop. Currently, he is collaborating with Benjamin Bertrand and Milla Koistinen.
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. He is a current DISTANZ-SOLO scholarship recipient through Dachverband Tanz.
In 2022 he will have research residencies at HELLERAU and at tanzhaus nrw, he will be creating a choreo-installation, group work at SomoS Arthouse Berlin and a solo work at PATHOS Munich, alongside that he co-curates Movement Research ACROSS at Galerie Wedding.
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, Jewish Community Festival Frankfurt at LAB Frankfurt, Shades of Dance Israel´s Biennale for young choreographers - Suzanne Dellal Centre, SzoloDuo Nemzetközi Táncfesztivál Hungary, Barnes Crossing, Kelim Choreographic Center.