Martin is an architect and urban planner, a dancer and teacher of improvisation. Throughout his career, Hebrew folk dances and athletic sport training have shaped his character and spirit.
For the past several years his passion for architecture is reflected in his task of forming and enabling spaces for the practice and performance of dance and improvisation, to which he has been dedicating himself for the last 25 years.
He teaches students around the world how bodywork in space can transform dance and life itself.
Supported by a practice of listening intently to oneself and the environment that surrounds us, he shares his practice through teaching and performance to students and audiences all over the world.
He studied dance independently in the US, Europe and Argentina with masters including: Kirstie Simson, David Zambrano, Gustavo Lesgart, Lisa Nelson, Katie Duck, Mark Tompkins, Benoit Lachambre, Thomas Hauert, Angels Margarit, Peter Jask,; Lipi Hernandez and Marina Giancaspro.
From 2004 to 2012 he lived in Barcelona, Spain. Since 2012 he has been based in Buenos Aires, where he teaches regularly.
Martin danced in the inaugural project Harmònia accompanied by the pianist Mariachiara Febbrari in collaboration with Margherita Baratti and the architects Nicolò Galeazzi and Martina Salvaneschi on the philosophical project I wrote “La volontà e il limite. Architettura e danza. Un approccio artistico alla Follia dell’Occidente del pensiero di Severino”.