the information website about contemporary dance in southern hemisphere countries is now on line !

The information website about contemporary dance in southern hemisphere countries is now on line!

Available in English, French and Spanish, offers a general view of the main contexts of exchange for contemporary dance in the countries of the southern part of the planet and intends to stimulate and facilitate international exchange, cooperation and circulation of artists and ideas from South to South. can be used as both an everyday working tool and as a travel guide for all dance professionals. Its realization has been made possible thanks to the dedication and valuable cooperation of several consultants in each country. starts with South America, Cuba and Mexico and is regularly updated. End of 2008 it will cover the Latin American region with Central America and Caribbean and start the preparation to include Africa and Middle East from 2009 onwards.

 We thank you in advance for spreading the word about this website. is an initiative of Gilles Jobin Company/South-South Project accomplished by Isabel Ferreira (Bonito&Compri - Brasil) in collaboration with the Red Sudamericana de Danza – RSD (South American Dance Network). It counts with the support of the Archivo de Artes Escénicas (Scenic Arts Archive) of the Castilla la Mancha University, Aula de Danza of Alcalá de Henares University, Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council and the Department of Africa and Caribbean in creation of CULTURESFRANCE - Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Views: 474


You need to be a member of dance-tech to add comments!

Join dance-tech

Comment by Jeannette Ginslov on January 4, 2009 at 3:57am
thanks for this Gille. I am actually in Scotland, Dundee University doing an MSc in Screendance this year, ending Sept. I will definately contact Isabel and get onto your newsletter. Montage video dance festival that I and Gerard Bester run in SA, is being supported by IFAS - French Institute in SA and is archiving all the montage videos for study purposes. But I will contact Jasper as well to see what can be doen to extend the festival. At present it shows in Johannesburg - FNB Dance Umbrella, Durband - Jomba! and the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. But all without financila support.

I am also keen on sending you my next video that I am stating to work on from monday, perhaps you can show it at your festival. Also starting to work with podcasts. Great you were in SA. MID is one the longest running companies in SA and are managing to stay running despite back funding and economic problems in SA. Many best wishes, Jeannette
Comment by Gilles Jobin on January 3, 2009 at 3:06pm
Dear Jeanette,
I saw the video of the south african dancers on dacne tech. Thought you were fro SA! I was in Sa a while ago doing a workshop with moving into dance. I have more links with Maputo and the local dance scene. ou might know that Pro helvetai, the arts council of Switzerland has an office in cape town run by Jasper Walgrave. So this is the reason why we try to do things in Southern Africa. We will invite choreogrpahers from mozambique (esculturas humanas) to take part in the Geneva Session in june and hopefully support them through a festival for a new work. For anything around website, you should contact Isabel Ferireira (Spanish living in Brazil ) who is the person who managed all the work on south She is also active member of the south american network REDSD (partnber of Dance tech). Well that is that for now... But yes, do keep in otuch with what you do. The next edition of our workshop Geneva Session will be around the idea of dance and images and Marlon Barrios will take part. ON eof the idea would be to ake a workshop with a sall festival of short internet videos. Get yourself on my newsletter to receive the info, still not available (only laste ditins onmy website). Do you come to europe sometimes?

keep in touch


All the best

Comment by Jeannette Ginslov on January 3, 2009 at 12:42pm
hello gilles, great initiative! how can i help? i am from south africa - run montage video dance festival and now moves09 africa. see my videos on
you can also see my space here on dance-tech. best wishes jeannette ginslov

welcome to

Welcome! provides movement and new media artists, theorist, thinkers and technologists the possibility of sharing work, ideas and research, generating opportunities for knowledge exchange, interdisciplinary explorations, innovations and collaboration. is a social networking website connecting people concerned about innovation and experimentation on movement  arts and  its evolving embodied practices knowledge, stories and histories.

So, dance-tech.TV and .net are FREE...

but it is supported by the generosity of its members and special funds from Motion Bank/Choreographic Coding Labs (Frankfurt)


You must SIGN-UP to interact with members enjoy the social networking features

The use of and is FREE

This networked is maintained and administrated by Marlon Barrios Solano for free as an independent project.

You can donate to support my work here:


Support making a single donation of any amount.
Thank you!


for more information


Creative Commons License
All content uploaded @
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.





© 2020   Created by Marlon Barrios Solano.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service