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I've started in the incredible world of dance from a few years ago, almost four. From then, my body (and THE body-extended-wide-social) means to me a very important source of knowledge, an open book for searching, searching and searching, always surprising...
My first experiences began around the contemporary dance, "Flying Low" and a bit of Release contact improvisation. For that time i had my first improvisation experiences. At the same time, i was fortunate to meet Maxine Sheets Johnstone, who went to my country for a colloquium, and then, my two paths of exploration began to join, the Psychology (as my profession) and the movement research (as my personal delight).
Now, i've started a new path, from the Circus Performing Arts, i'm specializing in fixed trapeze, while still working as Psychologist and dancing with my friends in Colombia.
I want to try this experience, to explore different ways to create and to live the dance, as well as to share and spread this knowledge with others.
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Movement artist (dancer/interdisciplinary performer), other
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