Danish Choreographer and co-founder of Recoil Performance group brings us her first chapter of choreographic works dealing with ecological sustainability.
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Interviews with both leading and up-and-coming choreographers about their artistic experience, processes and methodologies.
As part of the Choreography in Action series, Danish choreographer Kitt Johnson takes a moment to speak about her fascination with existentialist themes and the baser elements of Performance.
Speaking with Ingrid Tranum Velásquez and Pelenise Alofa about their performance Tekeraoi am Mananga! or Good luck on your journey!
Speaking with choreographer and dancer Jernej Bizjak of Slovenia’s Institute 0.1 about artistic community, funding, and his research into anxiety and powerlessness.
Taking a deeper look at the four-piece collective Meshes that is trying to blur the lines between beats, body, choreography and musical composition.
Celebrating 10 years of touring the globe, Willi Dorner’s landmark performance-piece is squeezing itself into the tightest spaces of Copenhagen.
Choreographer Tora Balslev speaks about the work she, and dancer Cath Borch Jensen, did exploring the perceived limitations of the human body and how non-normative bodies affect our perception of what we can and cannot do.
Speaking to the artistic director of Dansehallerne, Efva Lilja, about the changes coming to the house and the ongoing battles with bureaucratic policy
DANSEAtelier is collective of artists and choreographers that began as an emergent idea of shared collectivity while attending the The Danish National School of Performing Arts
Speaking with choreographers of White Horse Collective of their iconic piece ‘Trip’, and reuniting with the piece after nearly a decade.