Nitsan Margaliot is a dancer, choreographer and curator entangled with queer archives, returning otherwise, nonlinear homages, absurdity and relationality.
He danced in Batsheva Ensemble Dance Company and Vertigo Dance Company. He has worked with choreographers such as Laurent Chétouane, Maud Le Pladec, Kat Válastur, Aoife McAtamney, and Anne Collod.
He co-founded Mo.Ré, a collective for movement research in Berlin.
He published his first poetry book titled The words are faded in my head, his writing has been published at the Imagined Theatres Journal and at the TanzRaumBerlin Magazin.
Nitsan holds an MFA from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where he was a fellowship recipient with the support of the University of the Arts President's Fund for Excellence, BGU/Philadelphia Academic Bridge Fund, Szloma-Albam-Stiftung, and the Norbert Janssen Stiftung.
He is a current DIS-TANZ-SOLO scholarship recipient and is engaged with a research project as part of the establishing Tanz∆rchiv Berlin alongside his work on a choreographic filmed series, supported by NPN Stepping Out.
His work has been presented in festivals and venues in Germany, Sweden, Hungary, Israel, and the U.S.