(Nucleodanza, Buenos Aires/Argentina)
Margarita Bali is a choreographer, videodance and installation artist. As co-director of the Argentine contemporary dance company NUCLEODANZA she has toured her choreographic work in over 100 venues in Europe, North and South America, India and Australia.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biological Sciences from the University of California at Berkeley and was awarded the GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIP IN DANCE 1998. She won the ONASSIS CHOREOGRAPHY AWARD 2001, the BECA FUNDACION ANTORCHAS 2000, and more recently several contests that specifically called for the development of technological artistic work from institutions such as the PREMIO LIMBO-FUNDACION TELEFONICA-MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, the FUNDACION TEATRO DEL SUR-ARTS INTERNATIONAL and the PROYECTO CRUCE for interdisciplinary performance at the Festival Internacional de Teatro de Buenos Aires.
She has directed 7 video dance works in cityscapes and natural sites, that have been awarded with many prizes, and has developed 9 installation works that included mechanical devices, video and interactivity. The latest stage works AVE DE CIUDAD, NAUFRAGIO IN VITRO as well as the outdoor multimedia performance PIZZURNO PIXELADO have incorporated video projections in ever increasing complexity while ZOOM IN LOOK OUT also developed several interactive scenes on stage.