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Mab Cardoso is a Brazilian artist, who lives and works in Hamburg and Berlin. Her pieces focus on the interfaces of performance, choreography, music, dance and technology. She studied contemporary dance at the University of Bahia in Brazil and Performance Studies at the University of Hamburg.
Marc Carrera studied philosophy in Barcelona and Performance Studies in Hamburg. He lives and works in Berlin since 2008 as well as in Hamburg since 2014. His artistic work is comprised on physical theatre, contemporary dance, and butoh, as well as active discourse and critique.
The gap is like a thread missing in the fabric. A person suddenly disappears without explanation. The noticeably absent body requires a stance, a movement towards or away and it produces a swirling tangle of gravitation and emotion. Based on the case of the 43 missing students in Ayotzinapa (Mexico) in 2014, gaps and absence are woven into choreography. An ongoing project by P_A_R_A_R/Immersive Performance Art.
Andrea Krohn is a dancer and choreographer. She studied Performance Studies in Hamburg. Her pieces deal with the subjects of power, perception and identity. Together with Karina Suarez Bosche, she co-founded the P_A_R_A_R/Immersive Performance Art collective, with whom she develops performances and workshops.
Over the course of 4 weeks, the elementary school students created a unique space for their very own fantastic danced dream – a place in which dreams and reality come together.
Regina Rossi is a performer and choreographer, who produces her own work since 2011. Her most recent piece is the dance performance Gloom (Kampnagel, 2016). Her works focus on the poetic-theatrical potential of movements and dreams, the connection between dance and language and the aesthetic possibilities of installation and choreography.
Angela Kecinski is a dancer and choreographer. She studied dance at the ArtEZ Arnhem and Performance Studies at the University of Hamburg. Her own choreographic works Verfremdungszwecke and Temptress were presented in Skopje, as part of Limited Edition at K3, as well as at Hauptsache Frei #2.