Tamar Grosz was born 1990 in Santiago de Chile, she grew up in Jerusalem, Israel. She joined the Bathsheba ensemble 2008 and since 2010 she has been working as a freelancer. She danced with choreographers: Ronit Ziv, Idan Cohen, Maya Levi, Sofia Krantz, Sharon Ayal, Ohad Naharin, Iris Marco, Kiani Del Valle, Aoife McAtmney, Christoph Winkler. In 2013, she moved to Berlin where she founded together with her college Francesca Penzo the artistic platform FEM – for feminine*feminist art. Under FEM she created the pieces "Why are we so f***ing dramatic?" (2013), "577 ovules in the right place" (2016), " i am not a Jew Israeli vegan lesbian woman. I am Tamar" (2014) and "The future" (2017). Tamar is a Physics and chemistry bachelor student in the open university of Israel and researches how experience life in a serious humor.