Born 1987 in Tel Aviv/Israel.
Ana Wild is a performance maker and performer. From 2013 to 2015, she studied at DAS Theatre – Academy of Theatre and Dance at the Amsterdam University of the Arts, Netherlands and from 2008–2011 at the School of Visual Theatre, Jerusalem/Israel. She is currently based in Brussels/Belgium, where she studies French, Riq and art history, and is developing a lexicon of images that explain the world.
Ana Wild’s creation processes are forms of studying: casting herself in the role of an »amateur scholar«, she is interested in the preciousness of knowledge and in performance as a moment of potential understanding. Her practice is situated between choreography, theater and visual arts. Defining the performative space as a composition of images compiled of texts, music, objects, ideas, bodies, and voices.
Her latest works include Aleph, Greylight Projects, Brussels/Belgium (2016), La Traviata and the beginning of the end, Dansmakers Amsterdam (2015), Home Mountain DasArts, Amsterdam (2014), The IJ Shells, DasArts, Amsterdam (2014), A Middle-Eastern Time Machine, DasArts, Amsterdam (2013), Oh Marco!, Performance 0:2 conference, Jerusalem (2013), When Shall We Girls Meet Again?, Ha Teiva, Jaffa/Israel (2012), and An Autobiographical Encounter, A-Genre Festival, Tel Aviv (2012).
As a performer, Ana Wild worked with Julian Hezel, Lior Lerman, Ant Hampton, The Progressive Wave, Tino Sehgal, Leila Anderson, Danae Theodoridou and many more. She collaborated on and directed pieces among others by Zik Group, Inbal Yomtovian, Namer Golan, and the Compromises rock band.