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Małgorzata Haduch born in Cracow, Malgorzata is a graduate of Amsterdam School for New Dance Development (SNDO) where she was a student of Katie Duck, Michael Schumacher, Carles Salas, Miguel Gutierrez, David Zambrano among others. She’s independent choreographer/director and dancer, also organizes dance and improvisation events in Holland, Chile, Brazil and Japan. After finishing school, she created soli (Replay of the Milky Way seen last summer ,2004, Sweet Solo, 2007) and group pieces (E.Scena 310, 2008) as well as site specific , non-conventional places (FIETSHOTEL ,2004, Blueprint of a vanished house, 2006). In 2007 Malgorzata was guest choreographer at Royal Scottish Academy Of Music and Drama in Glasgow, UK. Last year she spent 7 months in Peru working on choreographic project with theatre group Deciertopicante (Tacna). | |

Ramona Nagabczyńska works as an independent dancer, choreographer and performer in London (where she resides) and since a while also – in Poland. Her dance education begun at Warsaw Ballet School. Then she studied contemporary dance at Hochschule fur Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Munich (under Dieter Heitkamp and members of The Forsythe Company). After a year she moved to London and graduated London Contemporary Dance School. In 2005/2006 Ramona worked at Polish dance Theatre, Poznan. In London she collaborates with Codigo Dance Project, Darkin Ensemble, Clod Ensemble, Tom Dale Company and 30 Bird. Since 2008 she’s a member of dance collective Universal Law of Impermanence (U/LOI) founded by kaja Kolodziejczyk (a former ROSAS dancer). Part of creation for their show „Brith Out” happened at Stary Browar in March 2008 (within Pro Helvetia’s Resonance Project). The piece was premiered in November 2008 at festival ROZDROZE in Warsaw.

Magdalena Przybysz dancer/performer from Cracow; in Experimental Dance Studio (EST) of Iwona Olszowska she was gaining her dance experience and taking workshops, mainly of improvisation and body-awareness techniques (Feldenkrais method, BMC, Skinner Release) as well as of Japanese theatre and dance. She still collaborates with EST and creates impro- and site-specific projects (such as („City Ocean“ with Pierre Deloche Company, Lyon, and„Crying chairs“ at one of city squares of Cracow, or „Streetcar named desire“ at tram nr 8 in Cracow.
In 2004 Magda started also her own career as “space investigator” (as she calls herself) doing her own sound and movement development projects. She works often with artists of different medias (such as Zorka Wollny ‘s project „Museum“ at National Museum in Cracow, Contemporary Art Museum in Lodz, CSW in Warsaw, „Ikus Reiknub“ –performance-concert-exhibition in Wrocław, „ElectriCity“ – improvised solo-dance piece with cello music of Łukasz Zygmunt, “Soloists“- video dance made by Anna Bubka). Magda also creates works inspired by Japan in collaboration with contact-improviser Ewa Szubstarska. They did together „JApONiONA“ and the latest piece „Yoko Ono…wthout Lennon“ ( within 2008/2009 residency of ZAK CLUB in Gdansk and in cooperation with EleKTro mOOn).
Magda is a PHD student at Jagiellonian University, Cracow (writing on phenomenology of trans); she also teaches Interactive Improvisation at Music academy of Cracow.