I would like to introduce wonderful, fantastic, divine, superb, remarkable and brilliant performers that I collaborate with! We all met in the London Contemporary Dance School on an MA course called Developing Artistic Practice. This year we made together the choreography Be fruitful and multiply, and I hope it is not our last project. Thank you, […]Read More Dancers I collaborate with
Greta Gauhe and I are VERY LUCKY to present our challenging dance works Be fruitful and multiply & NOWhere in a thought-provoking double bill at the Chisenhale Dance Space in London on the 30th of November 2019 (tickets available here). Unfortunately, the money from tickets won’t be sufficient to pay all 10 participating dancers a well deserved fair wages. As young […]Read More I am searching for alternative ways of funding and need your support!
My friend Greta Gauhe and I are showing our works at the Chisenhale Dance Space on the 30th of November at 7:30 p.m! Save the date! From environmental crisis to social harassment, my friend Greta Gauhe and I present a thought-provoking double bill of dance works at Chisenhale Dance Space. We are also currently looking for alternative […]Read More A double bill at Chisenhale Dance Space
Its been almost three months since the fantastic premiere at The Place of Florence Peake’s and Eve Stainton’s new work Impending: head to head, head to bum, crotch to crotch where I performed! So far it has been absolutely the best creative process that I had a chance to participate in! We have been reading, writing, […]Read More Impending: Head to head, head to bum, crotch to crotch by Florence Peake and Eve Stainton
What do mohair berets have in common with fascism? The avant-garde art movement, Futurism has a lot in common with Italian fascism, but… What does futurism have in common with the Art of Touch? For over 5 weeks between January, and February 2019 I have been researching about that topic. It started from the discovery […]Read More Mohair Berets
Oto niedoskonały i niekompletny zapis procesu powstawania choreografii pt. “Jak uspokoić neurotyczną migrantkę” ( nie da się hehe), który trwał miesiąc i obejmował siedemnaście prób po około 3-4 godziny w London School of Contemporary Dance. Doskonalszy zapis nie powstał i dobrze, taki musi mi i wam wystarczyć. Risearch dzień pierwszy Spóźniłam się 10 minut na […]Read More Dziennik choreogaficzny – pierwsze angielskie solo.//English version – soon!//
Today I begin researching for my new solo performance, and I’m planning to share here my every-day process, struggle, and fascinations. Completely by chance, it turned out that the phenomena of “aftermaths” will be my starting point. What aftermaths do to us as performers, and as audience members? What remains? Do we make room for […]Read More The aftermath of performing: what it does to us?