Keren Levi (Israel / 1972) is choreographer who lives in Amsterdam. Her foundation, NeverLike, receives structural grant for the first time in the coming 4 years (2017-20). With elements such as dance, (live) music and video, her work is best described as interdisciplinary, core based on choreographic principles. Each work gets a unique, specific form that almost never resembles the other works; Never-like. Her award-winning works includes Territory (2004, BNG Prize) on space and identity, the duet Couple-Like (2006) and Couple Like # 2 (2010 Silver Crescent) in collaboration with Ugo Dehaes, The Dry Piece (2012, Dioraphte Prize), Clubbing (2015) and The Dry Piece | XL Edition (2016) . Her latest performance “Footnote (for Crippled Symmetry)”, premiered in February 2018, a month later her short dance-dock film “Otherland”, in collaboration with director Jan Pieter Tuinstra had its opening night in Cindedans Festival.
Levi teaches dance, body-work and choreography in the School for New Dance Development (SNDO), as well as in festivals, training programs and companies across Europe. She also undertook an MA in Amsterdam Master of Choreography (AMCh) in Amsterdam School for Performing Arts (AHK).