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Greetings, friends!

These are inspiring times. I'm keeping Principle 11 firmly in mind...
"Assume useful dialogue is possible, even when it seems unlikely..."

Here are some of the conversations that I'm developing and have been involved with in the last period. I would love to see you at an upcoming event!

Bratislava, Slovakia: April 29th
A choreographic public dialogue on violence

How do we as individuals affect the level of violence in the world? 

In partnership with the Goethe Institute, Nu Dance Fest, Milan Šimečka Foundation, Open Society Foundation, Sensorium, and Nový priestor, VŠMU a PDCS.
More info and register here. Check out trailer for the project here.

Photo: Almut Elhardt
Berlin, Germany: April 24th
Interactive lecture

What can choreography illuminate about conflict?
Inter-University Center of Dance, Berlin, Germany (HZT)
Register and info here

Photo: Robert Ripps
recent highlights
Ankara, Turkey: 
A choreographic public dialogue on violence

What is your definition of violence?

In collaboration with the MichaelDouglas Kollektiv and the Goethe Institute and the people of Ankara.

More info here

New York City, USA: 
A betatest for new choreographic public dialogue on racism

In collaboration with young dance artists from around New York City, I am developing a new framework to examine racism through "physical interviews". Stay tuned for a rollout of the project next year...

NYU's Center for Ballet and the Arts

Photo: Robert Ripps
Photo: Marion Borriss
Los Angeles, California, USA:
Workshop at the University of Southern California's Kaufman School of Dance

2-week laboratory with the students as they create new models of engagement using choreographic tools.

Visions and Voices talk at the University of Southern California:

“Conflict can be seen not only as a place of possibility, but as the origin of all creative action.”
—Dana Caspersen

An interactive lecture on my choreographic public dialogue projects.

info here
Boston, USA:
Performance with the Boston Ballet in William Forsythe's "Artifact".

Back on stage after a 2 year hiatus, I appeared as the "Woman in the Historical Costume", and had the chance to meet Elizabeth Warren!

more info here.
Thanks for checking in and please be in touch with questions, ideas, or comments. I look forward to the possibility of thinking and working together in the future.

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