Ori Flomin started performing in his parents living room in his homeland, Israel, before landing in NYC, where he has been dancing, living, surviving, and thriving since 1989. He holds an MFA in Dance from Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. His choreography has been presented at NYC venues such as: Gibney, Dance Theater Workshop, LaMama Experimental Theater, Arts on Site, Movement Research at Judson Church, and internationally in Europe, Israel, Japan, and Australia as well as commissioned work for dance companies and universities across the US (Zenon Dance, LINK dance, Purchase University).
His teachings of dance, Yoga and Shiatsu massage have taken him around the globe to prestigious international festivals, schools, and colleges around NYC: PARTS, Impulstanz, London Contemporary School, Sasha Waltz, Circuit Est, SUNY Purchase, NYU, Movement Research and Gibney to name a few. He’s performed in the works of acclaimed choreographers Stephen Petronio, Maria Hassabi, Neil Greenberg, Molissa Fenley and Kevin Wynn among others. Since Covid-19 he has presented dance films through online platforms and film festivals and developed his Do-It-yourself Shiatsu practice to help participants find healing through self-massage during stressful times. He is a 2022-23 recipient of the Gibney Dance in Process (DIP) Residency.
PHOTO: Yasmeen Enahora