Aerowaves Twenty20 Artists Announced

Monday, 11 November, 2019 - 15:15
Bouncing Narratives by Josh Lake/Ben Pender

The suspense is over! Aerowaves are proud to announce the Twenty20 artists selected by the Aerowaves partners, including Dance Limerick:

Panflutes and Paperwork - Ingrid Berger Myhre and Lasse Passage, Norway / The Netherlands

PLI - Viktor Černický, Czech Republic

Postmodern Cool - Inés Belli, Norway

Mechanics of Distance - Máté Mészáros, Hungary

Warrior - Anne-Mareike Hess, Luxembourg/Germany

Bouncing Narratives - Roza Moshtaghi, Norway

The Feline Project - Dagmar Dachauer, Austria

GOLEM - Abis Company / Julien Carlier, Belgium

UN/DRESS MOVING PAINTING - Masako Matsushita / Nanou Associazione Culturale, Italy

CHEERS - Kristin Ryg Helgebostad, Norway

A white sustainable construction - Manuel Rodríguez, Spain

The Angular Distance of a Celestial Body - Alessandro Carboni / Formati Sensibili, Italy

Bir şey - Ekin Tunçeli, Turkey

Alshe/me - Linda Hayford, France 

Unauthorised - ZITA / Iris Karayan, Greece

Babae - Joy Alpuerto Ritter, Germany

Stand still you ever-moving spheres of heaven - Henrique Furtado & Chiara Taviani, Portugal / Italy

BEAT "I just wish to feel you" - Collective Dope / Jenna Jalonen, Belgium

FLY! - Markéta Stránská, Czech Republic

The Ephemeral life of an octopus - Léa Tirabasso, Luxembourg/UK

There is a chance to meet the Twenty20 artists at Spring Forward from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th April, hosted the Croatian Cultural Centre in Rijeka (Croatia). Save the date!

Aerowaves would like to send the warmest welcome and congratulations to our newly selected artists and special thanks to all the applicants for submitting their works.

Please check out the Aerowaves social media channels to find out more about these choreographers in the coming weeks on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Picture: ‘Bouncing Narratives’ Roza Moshtaghi © Josh Lake/Ben Pender


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