Article published on the Dance Magazine – Danswetenschap in Nederland Deel 7, by the Dutch Society of Dance Research (VDO Vereniging voor Dansonderzoek), in February of 2013.
Article published by Faculdade Motricidade Humana da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa; SIDD 2011 (International Seminar Discovering through Dance)
Article published on the book of proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Digital Arts, ARTECH 2012, Universidade de Faro
Article published on the book Inventing Futures, by the ArtEZ Dance Unlimited, 2013
Article published on the Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices, Vol.5 Issue 1, October 2013
Trans-meaning é uma metodologia que explora a prática de sentido pelo sentir, e investiga a passagem de sentidos: corpo – palavra – corpo.
Physical Mind-maps (PM-m), is an intra-disciplinary methodology of artistic/ educational practice that investigates how to develop an embodied creative thinking specifically applied to the exploration and articulation of an individual artistic voice/ vision.
Article published on the dance Magazine – Danswetenschap in Nederland Deel 6, by the Dutch Society of Dance Research (VDO Vereniging voor Dansonderzoek), in the Fall of 2010.
“Can you fix me?” is an absurd, humorous multidisciplinary, location performance produced by Canvas Performing Art and Stichting GANG. The performance was presented as, an “adventure tour to the ‘Temple of beauty’ ”, where the public can follow the development of different “patients” who are passing through several ‘experimental phases’ in order to achieve their ‘ideal of beauty’.
A 30 minutes dance duet performance created especially for teenagers. With moments of melancholy, humour, passion and anger, “Home sweet home” is a simple homage to the daily wonders and conflicts of love in a couple’s life. Chocolate, television and the two of us…
Produced by Canvas Performing Art. Premier: November 2004
In between the trees of the Sonsbeek Park, with the city of Arnhem as a background, Canvas brought the fairy world of “midZOMERnachtDROOM” to more than 3.000 spectators
Produced by Canvas Performing Art, Theater Projecten and Sonsbeek Festival. Premier: July 2004
‘Heilige Huisjes’ is a daily tale of magic realism that reflects on a universal sense of family values.
Multidisciplinary dance performance on location produced by Canvas Performing Art. Premiere: December 2003
Inspired by the book “Master and Margarita” from M. Bulgakov, “Hellebal” is a contemporary fairytale, based on a surreal interpretation of the Devil’s image of today:
Multidisciplinary Dance performance created in co-production by Canvas Performing Art and Theaterwerkplaats Generale Oost. Premier: May 2003
‘Zero Distance’: Driven by the sensorial inebriation of falling the work explores the verge of physical pleasure where the need of sensing the others becomes an act of subversion.
Premier: 2008, Arnhem
‘No strings Attached! ’: Investigates affection as a physical force intrinsic to the nature of movement.
Premier: 2007, during Cecilia’s Choreographic Master Course at the Dance Unlimited ArtEZ Institute of Arts.
Jumping with nothing to grab, just the sensation of falling all the way through this strong, vulnerable string of life, all the way…
Skinless was created in collaboration with the choreographer Attila Gonczi.
Premier: September 2005, Theatre Aan de Rijn, Arnhem.
‘Unknown Body’ is a dance performance that brings together two young dancers with two elderly women to challenge the materiality and affection of the body in a space that is dedicated to the spirit – a church.
Performance created in collaboration with the choreographer Maria Ramos
Premier: December 2002