In the past year I have found myself dealing with daily life habits in which I can’t detach, as if I'm stuck in an infinite loop. The rhythm and the frustrating Sisyphean melody of the Bolero are matching the way I experienced my life lately.
When one loop is over, we immediately find ourselves in the second one and so on. Are we enjoying this feeling? Do we really want to get out of the loop? What will happen if we’ll eventually free ourselves from it?
Tamir Golan is a graduate of the Alon High School for the Arts, Ramat HaSharon. He served in the IDF as an Outstanding Dancer while studying at the “Maslool - Professional Dance Program” directed by Naomi Perlov and Ofir Dagan. His solo, Low Low Limbo, represented the “Maslool” at the SEAD - Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance as part of an exchange between the two institutions.
In 2021, Tamir participated in “1|2|3” - a program for emerging choreographers at Suzanne Dellal Centre, and created three new pieces. He won the “Outstanding Creator” for his duet creation. Created a duet (“VILONOT”) for “Dancing outside” ( A professional dance program for the public space for graduates of professional dance programs, premiered in Tel Aviv Jaffa. Tamir danced with “Avshalom Pollak Dance Theater '' between the years 2019 to 2022. Chosen to participate with his works at “Holland dance festival” (Den Hagg, Holland), “MILANoLTRE” (Milan, Italy).
Tamir got chosen to get a residency of two months at “Quariter Am Hafen '' (Cologne, Germany) to create a new work, with cooperation of “Suzanne Dellal Center '' (Tel Aviv, Israel).
Dancers Gil Elgrabli, Stav Azari, Ori Weiss, Tamir Golan
Mentoring Daphnis kokkinos, Rotem Grinberg
Music Bolero by Maurice Ravel
Music Editing and Composing Mats Van Rossum
Thanks to Suzanne Dellal Center(Tel Aviv, Israel) ,Naomi Perlov, Anat Fischer Leventon, Quartier Am Hafen (Cologne, Germany), Andreas Schmitz.
ENTERING SPACES vom Quartier am Hafen und dem Suzanne Dellal Center / Tel Aviv:
Gefördert durch die Bezirksregierung Köln und Botschaft des Staates Israel in Berlin.
Länge: ca. 20 Min.