instances and works produced

November 2010-May 2011
“Piece about disappearance”

– new choreography made in collaboration with performers Ingrid Berger Myhre and William Collins. Coproduced by Het Veem theater Amsterdam. research processes at Fabrik Potsdam and Dansmakers Amsterdam. Supported by the Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst (AFK)

November/December 2009
“Tucumán desaparece”

– workshop/laboratory in Tucumán, Argentina, with Ballet Contemporáneo de la Provincia de Tucumán (funded by the Provincial Government). 2 weeks research on the concept and working methodology. Public presentations in Teatro San Martín, Tucumán, in December 2009. Coproduced by Ballet Contemporáneo de la Provincia de Tucumán.

October-November 2009
“la vejez de las paredes una negra sonrisa de alegría un rincón apacible un modo diferente de conspirar de conocer la vida un poco envenenada”

– creative process in México City, in collaboration with local group Chicken Democracy. 4 weeks residency and creation of the piece “la vejez de las paredes una negra sonrisa de alegría un rincón apacible un modo diferente de conspirar de conocer la vida un poco envenenada” which is now part of the group’s repertoire. Performed in different venues in Mexico (November 2009-January 2010), Berlin and Amsterdam (March 2010). Coproduced by Chicken Democracy.

April-July 2009
“Half of the piece about disappearing”

– creative process in Amsterdam under the frame of the SNDO Graduation Festival “To be continued”. Work in collaboration with performer William Collins. The result of the process was the performance “half of the piece about disappearing”, presented in the Melkweg Theater (Amsterdam, June 2009) and in the Sophiensaele (Berlin, July 2009). Coproduced by SNDO.

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