The Berlin-based dancer and artist continues Fountains of expressive flow at the Academy of Dance and Performance, a module started by Jan Burkhardt. The focus is again on opening up and shaping the full range of expressiveness through the use of rigour and lightness.
Sigal Zouk graduated from Emek Israel Dance School and was a member of the Batsheva ensemble from 1994-1996. After moving to Berlin (1997), she became a member of Sasha Waltz and Guests (1999-2004). In 2005 she began collaborating with Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods, and in 2007 with Laurent Chetouane, with whom she created 10 dance and theatre pieces for the stage.
She has worked with numerous artists (including Boris Charmantz, Zeirkratzer, Simone Aughterlony, Ian Kalerl) and teaches in several European dance institutions and departments (such as HZT, Tanzfabrik Berlin, DDSKS Copenhagen, Cullberg Ballet Stockholm, Ponderosa). Sigal holds the “Best Performer” award at the 2010 Dortmund Festival and was named “Dancer of the Year” by Tanz Magazine in 2011.