If you’re curious to get to know the artists in our programme, you’ve found the right place!
We would like to introduce you to our Bora Bora Residency Centre Alumni – the artists behind the research. Each of them have worked on new material, new research and new pieces, where some material becomes award-winning performances, and other material stay in the notebooks.
Either way, we are thrilled to be able to help support so many talented artists, and we hope you’ll keep your eye on their future work.
Photo: WARRIOR by Anne-Mareike Hess
These artists will be the next to join Bora Bora and our partners for their residencies. Stay tuned to find out more about them and their projects!
Here you can read more about the artists who were a part of the Bora Bora Residency Centre in 2021
Portuguese born Liliana Barros is an Independent dancer and choreographer, based in Germany. Highly visual, her work is characterized by the idiosyncratic aesthetics of the movement language. Visceral and archaic combined with elegant plasticity and use of technical elements in a somewhat deconstructed form. During her residency, Liliana worked on the piece “Techni Fauna” with 3 dancers.
Liliana Barros received a residency at Bora Bora Residency Centre via open call 2020
Here you can read more about the artists who were a part of the Bora Bora Residency Centre in 2020
Simon Renaud is a dance artist based in Montreal. He uses the body as an architecture in motion to question themes of solitude and individuality. During the residency at Bora Bora, he worked with 2 performers on the concept of cognitive intimacy and intimacy in being vulnerable with each other.
Simon Renaud received a residency with Bora Bora Residency Centre through an international exchange with Circuit-Est – Centre Choreographique
Here you can read more about the artists who were a part of the Bora Bora Residency Centre in 2019
Adriano Wilfert Jensen is a choreographer, with a BA in choreography from the School for New Dance Development, Amsterdam. He was in residency at Vestjyllands Højskole. Creating the final stage of his piece “feelings”, researching inhuman contact improvisation and activating various forms of touch. “feelings” premiered at Bora Bora in the end of January 2019.
Adriano received a residency at Bora Bora Residency Centre via open call 2018.