Rotem Weissman is an Israeli choreographer, performer and dancer, based in Germany. Rotem’s work includes, amongst others, “BAUHAUS” (Premiere 2018), which won a prize at Machol Shalem Dance House - Jerusalem International Choreography Competition (2019, IL), performed at PerformanceTag Festival (2019, AU) and in Fringe Festival – Stoff (2021, SE); “AGADA” (Premiere 2022), performed at Acker Stadt Palast (2022, DE), Dock 11 (2022, DE) and Habait Theatre (2022, IL); “Yellow Poetry” (Premiere 2019), which performed at Jerusalem International Dance Week (2019, IL), Studio Bank (2020, IL) and AltoFest (2021, IT);“The Urge” (Premiere 2021), Rotem is involved as co-choreographer and dancer with the choreographer Ceren Oran, which performed in various locations across Europe.
Rotem received residencies at Studio Alta (CZ), Sadnaot Habama (IL), Tanz Station (DE) and more. She was awarded a grant by Cultural Foundation Mifal Hapais (2022).
Rotem received a diploma in choreography from the International Choreographic Exchange postgraduate program at SEAD Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (AU, 2018), and was invited to the Artist In Residence one-year program at SEAD (AU, 2019). She graduated from Maslool Professional Dance Program (IL, 2017) and from the Dance Department at The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance (IL, 2015).