In this film, Tatiana Zamir travels through the multidimensions of time and space to explore the evolution of the soul. Accessing memory to arrive at her origins, Zamir breaks open a birth story shaped by trauma that her multidisciplinary practice works to deconstruct, recreate and heal from. Dreams of Waking is a meditation, a kind of rebirth grounded in tenderness, love, and liberation.
Concept, creative direction, choreography and performance by Tatiana Zamir Direction, camera, editing and music by Aeric Meredith-Goujon
This film won the 2020 Audience Choice Award via LA Dance Shorts Film Festival
Moonlight Reflections Tatiana Zamir’s experience as a choreographer, producer and storyteller led to her 2012 dance theater show Moonlight Reflections, an enthusiastically received excavation of trauma and resilience based on her life experiences. This show interweaved autobiographical solos using movement and spoken word, group choreography, and talented live musicians. After selling out one weekend at the Electric Lodge in Venice, CA, Moonlight Reflections presented an encore show at the Barnsdall Gallery Theater in Los Angeles.
In My Skin Some of LA’s most vibrant artists use their voices and bodies to illuminate their experiences. Stories untold, unheard and reclaimed, find powerful expression through Hip Hop, West African, Afro-Latin, Contemporary movement and live music. These artists embody their vision for the future - dancing chronicles of protest and liberation, reclamation and hope.
In My Skin was produced by Tatiana Zamir and included her choreography among other artists, presented at Los Angeles’s historic Barnsdall Gallery Theater in 2018.
Noble Am I Noble Am I explores various ways in which black women are impacted by Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome and illustrates the healing power of sisterhood, support and perseverance. This piece is heavily inspired by the important work of Dr.Joy DeGruy. Tatiana choreographed Noble Am I for her senior project while studying at UCLA. Itwas also performed at the 2006 WAC SMASH concert and was later developed for her first production Moonlight Reflections.
Nneka - Restless Tatiana Zamir choreographed and performed in a duet for one of Nneka's music videos titled Restless.
Was it You?
Was it You? is an exploration of family patterns resurfacing in intimate relationships. Originally presented at UCLA Student Festival of Works in 2006.