Khaled Barghouthi + Zoe Rabinowitz come together with MarchIN, a collaborative project that asks questions about space, identity, and events. What new perspectives can we bring to the space through movement? What spaces give rise to particular movements and how does space and movement record the physical force of people’s identity? What dominates the space: its archeology or the events that happen in there?
Zoe Rabinowitz is a dancer based in Brooklyn, with a BFA in Dance from the Fordham/Ailey BFA program. Zoe was selected as a resident artist for the Dance Omi International Dance Center in 2014, and awarded a 2015 Manhattan Community Arts Fund grant. Zoe is the Associate Artistic Director of Yaa Samar! Dance Theatre, a multimedia performance company based between New York and Palestine, with whom she has taught and performed throughout the U.S, Arab world, and most recently in South Korea and Japan. Khaled Barghouthi, born in Ramallah Palestine, studied contemporary dance at the Royal Conservatory in Belgium, and worked with international choreographers in Palestine and Europe. As choreographer and dance teacher, he is focused on embodying social and political realities in overseas creations and collaborations.