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David Bloom

Performing in Akemi Nagao’s Juicy Metamorphosis

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In the meantime, check out my Vimeo page, the trailer for my last solo nigunim, the trailer for the solo before that, Alles Vergängliche, a review of nigunim on Tanzschreiber, contact me, or join me at one of the following events:

Performing Alles Vergängliche (chamber version) at Volkstata, Zwitschermaschine, Berlin, May 24
Performing in SOILED, by Michael Turinsky, June 2 & 3 (PACT Zollverein, Essen)
Teaching a workshop on Freedom & Form for luhmen d’arc in Zurich June 9-11
Teaching a workshop on Embodied Fermentation at Floating University, Re-Gaining Ecological Futures, Berlin, June 22-25
Teaching workshops on Teaching, Facilitating, Holding Space (with Nicole Berndt-Caccivio), and My Lovers, Human and More-Than-Human, July 17-21, and Public Moves: Moving from the Bones, July 24, at ImPulsTanz Vienna International Dance Fesitval

And starting a collaborative Transdisciplinary Artistic PhD on the “Desire to Become One: Sex, Spirit, and Choreography as Active and Receptive Processes” at University of the Arts Zurich and Linz Arts University, in the fall!


Hello. I’m David Bloom. I’m a choreographer, dancer, teacher, father, filmmaker, pianist, bodyworker, fermenting Jewish mystic, and tea collector.

I graduated from the Academy of Music and Performing Arts (HfMdK) in Frankfurt and the M.A. Choreography course at HZT Berlin, as well as the Urban Tantra Professional Training Program with Barbara Carellas. I was a member of the dance ensemble at Staatstheater Darmstadt, and have collaborated as a dancer on projects by Tino Sehgal, Marco Santi, Nir de Volff/Total Brutal, Micha Purucker, Ingo Reulecke & Lukas Matthaei, Canan Erek, Friederike Plafki, Barbara Bess, Susanna Curtis, Felix Ruckert, Akemi Nagao, Martin Nachbar, and Michael Turinsky.

My dance film trilogy Sex & Space premiered at the Berlin Porn Film Festival and was screened internationally. My choreography has also been shown as part of Tanzfabrik Berlin’s “Open Spaces” Series, at Dock11 Berlin, La Fête du Slip in Lausanne, and the Stockholm Dance Film Festival. I was a 2012 danceWEB scholar and have taught classes, workshops, and seminars in diverse contexts, including HZT Berlin, Tanzquartier Vienna, Tanzfabrik Berlin, Human Architecture Lab in St. Petersburg, the K3 Center for Choreography in Hamburg, the M.A. of Contemporary Dance Education in Frankfurt, STRETCH Festival Berlin, the Body IQ Festival Berlin, the Rietveld Academie for Fine Arts & Design in Amsterdam, & the ImPulsTanz Festival in Vienna.

For the past decade or so, my work has revolved around questions of Desire, Intimacy, Boundaries, Power Relationships, Consent, and Group Dynamics. Other interests include Cross-Pollination, Pleasure, Space, Cellular Structures, the Digestive System, Fermentation, Sourdough, Beauty, Breath, Time, Spirit, Time, and Transformation.

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