Michal Samama creates body-based art works incorporating movement, sound, mundane objects, text, installation and site-specific practices. Samama is the recipient of SAIC 2013-15 New Artist Society Scholarship Award. She most recently presented her work at ASPECT RATIO Gallery in Chicago, The Chocolate Factory in NYC and Curtain Up Festival 2014 in Tel Aviv. In Chicago, her work has been presented at EXPO CHICAGO 2014, 6018 North Gallery, Rapid Pulse Festival 2014 and TBSO3 at Defibrillator Gallery, Mana Contemporary, Links Hall, TRITRIANGLE and Northwestern University. In New York she presented her work at at New York Live Arts, Movement Research at Judson Church, Performance Mix Festival, Dixon Place, Joyce SoHo, CPR, Chez Bushwick, Priska C. Juschka Gallery, AUNTS and the 92nd Street Y, where she also curated Sunday At Three in January 2012. Selected residencies: 2012-2013 Fresh Tracks Performance and Residency Program, Movement Research 2011-2013 Artist-in-Residence and LiftOff Residency-New Dance Alliance.

Move Like A Body, 2013-14, Live Performance
Lament of Plastic, 2014, Live Performance
What am I paying you for?, 2013-14, Live Performance
Walling, 2014, Live Performance
Background Materials, 2014, Live Performance
Performances Excerpts, 2013-15, Live Performance