Yolanda Morales

(Hamburg), born in Chiapas Mexico, is a choreographer, dancer and performer. She trained in dance in Mexico and completed a Master's degree in Performance Studies in Hamburg. Her projects in Hamburg have been developed with K3, Lichthof Theater and MARKK - Museum am Rothenbaum, among others. In her choreographic works she deals with imaginative bodies in utopian and dystopian spaces that are interwoven with current political and social realities. Her productions have been invited to HundertPro Festival at Ringlokschuppen Ruhr, OUTNOW! Bremen, EPICENTRO in Oaxaca (Mexico), IAPAR Festival in India and Hauptsache Frei in Hamburg.
Inspired by the worldview of the Amerindian peoples in relation to nature Yolanda will research how to remember still existing landscapes that are in danger of extinction. She will explore and celebrate a North German moorland landscape, an ecosystem threatened by destruction. There she remembers herself as a being with multiple subjectivities, able to relate with other elements on nature.

(Status: 2023)