Lee Méir ist freiberufliche Choreografin und Performerin, die in Berlin und Tel-Aviv arbeitet. Ihre Arbeit untersucht die Spannungen zwischen Sprache, Bewegung, Klang und Bedeutungsproduktion. Während ihrer Zeit als Stipendiatin an der École des Sables (Senegal) wird sie sich auf die Art und Weise konzentrieren, wie Rhythmus als Mittel zur Schaffung einer Verbindung zwischen den Menschen dient.
„Lee Méir offers another perspective on the exploration of the relation between body and movement, and says she is “interested in the way that sharing rhythm between modalities yields an unspoken sense of togetherness and continuity between humans. In African dances the elements, above all, support one another, in creating a situation in which everyone presents (whether dancing / singing / drumming / observing) are part of the “dance situation”, due to being part of the rhythm. She will explore this relation between body and rhythm at L'Ecole des Sables, a unique space to find the roots of the relation between music, body and a collective methodology, connected to a deep history and experience of dance and movement. Lee's work is compelling and striking in the boldness of her artistic choice and the way she implements and develops it. The contrast in style, aesthetic and language between her and her partner, and her desire to delve into this immersive partnership through the connecting bridge of rhythm, is intriguing and promises a potentially enriching and fruitful collaboration. We feel that Lee Méir will greatly benefit in working with a partner who is a contrast to her own work, acquiring a new set of tools and sensitivities that will enhance her artistic capabilities and experience“
- Aus der Jury-Begründung