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(The AND Lab)


Ana Corrêa

AND Collective participant

Has a degree in Plant Biology and a Ph.D. in Plant Ecophysiology. Worked in research until 2013. In 2009 moved to Granada, Spain, to work on a post-doc in her research area and started her dance training with the Enclave collective. Since then, she has received training in contemporary dance, dance-theatre, clown, butoh, physical theatre, flying-low, and other performance and movement techniques. Studied and worked with teachers such as Ana Buitrago, Luis Biasotto, Aitana Cordero, João Fiadeiro, Vera Mantero, Loic Touzé, and many others, in several European cities. In 2013 leaves scientific research and dedicates herself to creation in dance and performance, becoming a member of the Enclave collective. At the same time she begins working in translation, with a focus on scientific translation and some incursions into poetry and art, namely collaborating with João Fiadeiro. In 2014 collaborates with Horácio Macuacua in a new creation. In 2014-2015 attended the FIA- Intensive Accompanied Formation at C.E.M.-Centro em movimento, in Lisbon. In 2017 creates and presents Blow, at Zaratan and Traça (Lisbon), is selected for the festival Nordic Fringe (Stockholm, Sweden) with I will not tell you our love story, and begins the creative process for Tanzen, with Beatrice Cordier and Marta Correia. In 2019 creates and presents Procedures for Encounters in collaboration with Julia Salem (São Paulo-Lisbon). Currently she divides her time between science, researching symbiotic systems, and art, namely in collaboration with Fernando Pelliccioli and Carlos Osatinsky (Argentina-Berlin), Kim Baraka (Beirut-Amsterdam) and Mafalda Miranda Jacinto. In 2022 she became a member of the Rabit Hole collective (Lisbon-Berlin).

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