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The creative aspirations of Yanina Orellana go beyond establishing a relationship between movement and music; they pretend to question the boundaries of expressiveness through dance, and if necessary, expand them to communicate effectively the desired ideas and concepts. Her choreographies come from a multidisciplinary background that combine the possibilities of dance, theater, music and visual arts. The importance of the aesthetic content is reciprocal to the conceptual content; the role of the audience is not only being witnesses, analytical interpretation is expected. Yanina Orellana’s work deals with everyday modern life including technological and digital elements. Sounds and images out of context that the audience can still relate and identify with. Yanina is studying her undergraduate degree in Dance at Califiornia Institute of the Arts.
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Movement artist (dancer/interdisciplinary performer), Sound designer (electronic/digital composition), Stage director (choreographer/ theater director), Interactive designer (video and sound installations/ performances and networked spaces)
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