Netta Weiser works at the intersection of choreography, experimental radio and discursive practice. She was trained as a dancer in Israel and holds a Masters degree in Interdisciplinary Arts from Tel-Aviv University. Her works have been presented internationally in performing arts venues such as Tanzquartier Wien, Akademie der Künste and Sophiensaele Berlin, Villa Medici Rome, as well as in radio contexts such as WDR, reboot.fm and The Israeli Centre for Digital Art. Weiser received numerous grants, residencies and awards, most recently, the Tanzrecherche NRW stipendium for international artists in 2020 and a fellowship at the Studio for Electroacoustic Music at the Akademie der Künste Berlin in 2021. Since 2019 Weiser is the co-director of the 777 Projekt - collaboration of maC master in choreography of the HZT and Klangzeitort Institute for New Music Berlin, as well as a docent at the Universität der Künste Berlin Studium Generale.