Artistic leader and dramaturg
GABRIELA ZUAREZ

Being graduated as dance teacher at the former National Dance School for High Education 'Maria Ruanova' (actual IUNA) in Buenos Aires. She has followed, trainings with well-known masters and at high recognized institutions in Buenos Aires as the ISA, Teatro Colón and the CELCIT, Teatro General San Martin. Later she attended the Physical Theatre School with the masters Silvia Vladimisky and Salo Pasik. Since 1994 to 1997 she worked with Teatro Fantástico de Buenos Aires Co. performing with the company in theatres and festivals in Argentine in Italy. She has been a guest student at the European Dance Development Center HKA Arnhem in Holland to study New dance, Choreography and Performance. She has received an scholarship from the Fonds voor de Podium Kunsten to study with the German master Angie Hiesl, following as well composition studies with L. Chercaqui & A. Willke -Co, Sasha Rubiek & Paul Douglas and dance methodologies with Valery Preston-Dunlop y Kalina Bogoeva. Since 2000, she began to work as free lance choreographer and teacher in the Dutch dance and theatre scene. Her work-style is foreground in the strong physical work and research towards a production. She has cooperated and produced with the support of several Dutch organizations. In 2006 she became part of the International Dance Council- UNESCO- and in 2007 she started working under the umbrella of the foundation Dance-Theatre Development in Holland.

Visual artist and designer
MICAELA TETTAMANTI (Argentina)

Performative visual artist (Argentina) graduated with distinction as a set designer with a BA in Theatrical Arts at Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires. Studied BA (Hons) 'Design for Performance' in Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts, London. Directed, produced and designed the interactive installation Poignant, performed during Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2010. Worked designing retail window displays, weddings decor, costumes, lighting and sets for theatre and films. Currently, she is producing the interactive installation Theatre To Go, accompanied by a workshop about Argentina's culture and assisting the planning and development of cultural activities from Instituto Cervantes Utrecht.

Artists in collaboration

ANABEL ECKERLING (Israel)

JUDITH KONCZ (Hungary)

STEFANO TAIUTI (Italy)

MANUELA RIVERO (Portugal)

SAMUEL GARCIA MINGUILLON (Spain)

CLAUDIA JAKOBSEN (Argentina)

EZEQUIEL SANUCCI (Argentina) Guest dancer

JORGE ALBERT (Argentina)