Li Lorian

Field of Practice:

Performing Arts


City, Country:



2015, 2016, 2017


Apr 2016 - Sept 2016

Born 1987 in Haifa/Israel.

Li Lorian is a performance artist working in theater, video, and visual arts. She is a graduate of the School of Visual Theater, Jerusalem/Israel and of the Train Theater Hamama program for artistic puppetry for children. She is co-founder of Pandora Collective for independent theater-artists.

From 2011 to 2012 she received a residency at the Mamuta Art and Media Center, Ein Kerem/Israel, where she started to develop South Hebron Hills – Projection and Carfare, War Movie, and created the site-specific performance Waiting. Furthermore, she received a grant from the Tool-Box program in 2013, a scholarship and guidance for young Jerusalem-based excellent artists, where she developed Anne Bonnie & Marry Read that was later supported by the Jerusalem Fund and Matan Fund for experimental theater. She holds grants by Festival Theaterformen in Braunschweig/Germany (2014), was an artist-in-residence in the Arad Art and Architecture Residency Program (2015), where she created the video Weather, and at Schloss Bröllin, Germany. She created Between Two Worlds for The Voice of the Word Performance and Music Festival of Hazira – Performance Art Arena (2014) and No One’s Matter for The Israel Festival – Merkaz Habama (2015).