Second Landscape – stage design for Marina Mascarell’s new dance creation at Skånes Dansteater Malmö, Sweden. Première on March 21st, 2020
‘Anushthan‘, stage and costumes for a decolonizing performance-ritual by Fazle Shairmahomed and Farah Rahman, Theater de Vaillant, The Hague. Première on October 6th 2019
‘Talking with Hands’ – a Quartair exhibition at Fusion Art Gallery, Turin, Italy, November 2-30, 2018
‘Polytope‘ installation at FILE, São Paulo, Brazil – 4 July-12 August 2018
‘Zone of Indeterminacy’ living sculpture plus books Hasselt, Belgium – June, 2018
‘Paper Reliefs’ series for ‘Paperworks’ exhibition at Corrosia Theater Expo & Film, Almere, Netherlands, Feb 17 – May 26, 2018
‘Contact‘, Sensory Intervention for Museum M van Leuven – January 24-31, 2018, Leuven, Belgium
Kinesthetic Lab – Playing as Learning Process – Workshop, August 28th, KABK intro week, The Hague
Residence CLOUD/Danslab, The Hague – from 25th May to 1st June (with Natela Lemondzhava, Ingrid Lee, Nico Urban, Natali Blugerman and Ludic Collective)
The Body of The Audience – Workshop at Corpo-real, Interior Architecture Master, ArtEZ, Zwolle – 10 May 2017
Polytope – Participatory performance at Quartair, during Hoogtij, The Hague – March 10th, 2017
Polytope – Exhibition ‘Higher by Spinning’ at Charlama Art Gallery, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina (Sarajevo Winter Art Festival/Sarajevskazima) – 8-11 February 2017
Three Times Rebel – Stage Design for choreographer Marina Mascarell/Korzo Production in collaboration with NDT Nederlands Dans Theater, Dance Forum Taipei and Mercat de les Flors (Barcelona). Premiered on January 27th 2017 – toured through Taiwan, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain and France
The Grotto – Modern Body Festival – The Hague, Nov-December 2016
WE | Agent-Based Choreographic Tactics – Workshop with Satoru Sugihara I/We/They – Modern Body Festival – The Hague, November-December 2016
Polytope at Cinekid, Amsterdam, 16-17 October 2016
Body Maze – Workshop at Space Media Festival – Taipei, Taiwan, August 2016
‘Polytope’ at ‘New Dream New Future’, exhibition at Schema Art Museum – Cheongju, South Korea, July 2016
‘Polytope’ at Playful Arts Sessions – Bodies at Play – Den Bosch, Netherlands, June 3rd 2016
‘Fluid Dynamics’, installation for FAUNA#2, Hoop (The Hague, March 11th)
Polytope, performed along Sonolab duo, at No Patent Pending #17 (The Hague, December 8th)
Propulsions, performance with live improvisation, along Wen Chin Fu, Dodó Kis and Matteo Marangoni for Oorsprong Curator Series, Toolhuistuin (Amsterdam, February 2015)
Propulsions, a mobile environment and participatory performance, created for Parksessies Festival (Haarlem, July-August)
Selfie-Reflection, a game-situation for 17 participants in the public space (Lana, Italy, May)
Flexor, installation and performance (2013). Flexor I: Spheres: Artscience Preview (Korzo Theater, The Hague, May). Flexor II: KABK Graduation Show (Royal Academy of Art, KABK, The Hague, July).
Recursive Garden – A speculative performance on human beings as vegetable systems, for the efficient future of the species. A collaboration started with Daniel Berio (during GrowWorld, Artscience research group, March-April).
Meiosis (2011) performance Eight people perform a sequence inspired by cellular reproduction and walk throughout a public space. Shown in the KABK, june 2011. Performed by: Gala Tellechea Velez, Gaby Felten, Clara Lozano, Moritz Geremus, Charlotte ‘t Hart, Marloes van Son, John Fanning and Silvia Janosková.
‘DOTNOTATOR’ (2011) performance-installation presented at Z-Zondag (Villa Ockenburg) and Studio Loos, The Hague. In collaboration with Mike Rijnierse, Marijke van Gorp and Nenad Popov.
Cauim Experience (2010) – the reenactment of a native Brazilian tradition in which women prepare the ‘cauim’ (alcoholic beverage made with the cassava root, after it’s chewed by the women of the tribe and fermented by the collective saliva). The ceremony-experiment held at the TactileLab/Artscience was introduced by a short lecture on the cassava culture in Brazilian culinary.
Public Matter (2010) – a choreography for 70 people (permutations of walking, talking over the phone and standing still) The audience is sitting in the center of the room. Performed at KABK, june 2010.