Eynav Rosolio (b. 1989) Visual
theater director, dancer and performer.
Graduate of Scuola Conià and Istituto di Ricerca di Arte Applicata,
Societas Raffaello Sanzio, Cesena, Italia (2019). Graduate of The School
of Visual Theater in Jerusalem (2016). Recipient of the Jerusalem Foundation
Prize for excellence (2016) and Mifal HaPayis grant for international training
program (2018). Movement teacher and member of the steering committee at
Yasmeen Godder company project for people with Parkinson’s disease, member of
Ensemble Miklat 209
Her works were presented in Hazira
– Performance Art Arena (Jerusalem), Teatro Comandini - Scuola Conià (Cesena),
Neve Shechter Gallery, Maya Gallery (Tel Aviv), Contemporary Venice 2016 at Palazzo Flangini
(Venice) and more. Took part in numerous residencies such as Kelim Center for
Choreography (Bat Yam), Miklat 209 (Tel Aviv), Hazira Performance Art Arena
Coming from many years of dance,
Eynav is using the body as a visual tool to communicate the human state,
together with objects, video and live sound. In her works, she expresses her
deep interest with political aspects of nostalgia and corporal identity.
As a performer she had cooperated
with different directors and choreographers such as Claudia Castellucci, Chiara
Guidi, Guy Gutman, and Galit Criden, and performed on various festivals and
theaters in Israel, Italy, Berlin, Prague, and London.