Inspired by definitions of biomes, we start with the ground by engaging sensual experiences with time perception, physicality of plants-and-animals with architectural structures. Through these improvisations we experience different body states, as our ways of perceiving and moving from the ground evolve into floating. We observe how compressed air, distance and human relations store energies by bridging neuro-cognitive cranialsacral work with capoeira angola. Releasing more flexibility and space in our minds and bodies. Once we’ve achieved an increased sense of availability, we flow into a journey of contact improvisation work with periods of weightlessness, blindness and shape shifting. Upon generating these states, we add directions of higher intricacy inspired by the Jooss-Leeder method such as science of qualities and science of spaces.
Born in Denmark to Swedish-Brazilian parents. He practiced capoeira angola from age 2 with his father, followed by training in physical theatre and dance at Christian Rodrigo Actors Studio, Centro Coreográfico da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro, and Copenhagen Contemporary Dance School. He performed with the National Danish Theater from 2012-14. Then continued his dance studies in Essen at Folkwang University of the Arts, and was a scholarship recipient with San Diego Dance Theater, where he performed as a guest in Southern California and Mexico. In Berlin he worked with the Sita Ostheimer Company. As an actor with Pernilla August, Mikkel Nørgaard, Jeanette Nordahl among others. In 2022 he was part of Akram Khan Summer Intensive in Belfast. Since July 2022 he’s a guest at Hessian State Theater. He has taught at Lowair School Vilnius, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Japans Women’s College of Physical Education, Maastricht University, plus several socio-cultural projects in Germany with refugees.