Keren Rosenberg (IL, 1978) is an Amsterdam based performance artist, choreographer, and the developer of the Body-House Method. As an artist, her work explores the theme of embodiment, energy, reciprocity, connection, and emancipation. She designs spaces and physical embodied rituals and creates performative experiences within them for humans to connect to themselves, to each other and to the universe around us.
In 2011, Keren was invited by Ohad Naharin to study the Gaga movement language and become a certified teacher. For the past 10 years, she has been sharing the Gaga movement language and her own method Body-House with thousands of people around the world, both nationally and internationally, in physical and virtual spaces, with professional performance artists, the generation of tomorrow, humans of all ages, humans of golden age and humans with different abilities and the audience members who came to witness Keren’s artistic work. She recently embarked on a collaboration with Arte dell’Anima: a centre for expressive arts, wellbeing, and transformation, founded by renowned therapists Marian de Neef and Ewoud Dekker, where Keren also shares 1-on-1 Body-House sessions with their clients.
Keren is artist in residence at ICK Dans Amsterdam and is supported by the Dutch Performing Arts Fund, Amsterdam Funds for the Arts and Culture House the Vlugt. Keren’s works are presented in festivals, site-specific venues and theatres across The Netherlands, Sweden, UK, Canada, Iceland, France, China, Israel, Australia, Ireland, Ethiopia, Mexico, and Italy.