I am a dancer, movement researcher and author of theatrical performances that use the language of dance.
Graduated at the Salzburg Experimental Dance Academy (SEAD)I. teacher in training qualified to teach CAM of the Feldenkrais® method.
After graduating from the SEAD, I collaborated with several choreographers and directors (Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui for Joe Wright's film, Agostina D'Alessandro, Compagnia Oltrenotte, Compagnia Dejá Dónnè) as an performer for their creations a At the same time, the desire to develop personal projects arose. In 2019 "Vengo a perderti" was born, an entirely improvised solo which received the "dance" award within the SoloCoreographic Festival - Lavanderia a Vapore. With this first authorial work I participated in several international festivals including: Solo Dance Festival in Ankara, SHOWCASE at the Fabbrica del Vapore in Milan and MASH-Jerusalem International Dance Week.
Together with Edoardo Sgambato we have created "Macula", an artistic research collective that debuted in 2023 with its first work "Amelia". The project has received recognition for choreographic writing at the Cortoindanza Festival and participates in numerous festivals with a site-specific version, including: Conformazioni, Performare Festival, InCastro Festival, Rassegna Logos, Caffeine.
In addition to the authorial path, I am a teacher in training qualified to teach CAM of the Feldenkrais® method and creator and organizer of "Landscapes for Composition" in collaboration with CorPoetica. A project, with the focus on the technique of instant composition that has involved artists such as Julyen Hamilton, Lily Kiara, Maya M. Carroll & Agostina D'alessandro Moreover, I studied with Charlie Morrissey, Mirva Makinnen, Asaf Bachrach, Meytal Blanaru.
I share my transformation practices through explorations inspired by the study of the Feldenkrais® method , Instant Composition and Contact Improvisation. The entire self is invited to immerse itself in a perceptive-imaginative state within which to transform and manifest itself freely in all its expression and incisiveness.