We are pleased to announce the participants of the second edition of PARASOL. This group of five emerging dancers and performers will get the opportunity to work with two choreographers on two pieces to be developed and performed at TQW in April and December. In 2023, PARASOL will be supervised by Krõõt Juurak and Oleg Soulimenko, who have also selected the participants.
Lens Kühleitner is a musician and performer working with sound, video and movement. Works are created in spontaneity, with growing choirs and networks of friends. Recent work includes concerts as Lan Rex (brut Wien, ImpulsTanz, Popfest Wien, Hyperreality Festival) as well as performances and collaborations with Veza Fernández, Claire Lefèvre, Luís Murillo, Mzamo Nondlwana, Laura Nitsch, Negin Rezaie & Caitlin McDonough, among others. Lens is part of the coordination team of the Pink Noise association.
Nadine Mathis is based in Vienna and works as a dancer, artist, and facilitator. She has been involved in Vienna’s underground dance community (ballroom, battles, parties, sessions, workshops, talks…) since 2011. Nadine did her academic research on the entanglements between dance and language and power structures and agency within spaces of aesthetic learning, a. o. In 2022, Nadine received a danceWEB scholarship at ImPulsTanz.
Julia Müllner lives and works in Vienna. She initiates projects, is a member of the group maria mercedes and enjoys being part of others’ projects. She completed her Dance and Choreography studies at the Danish National School of Performing Arts in Copenhagen. She received a scholarship for Music and Performing Arts from the Austrian Ministry of Culture (2021) and a danceWEB scholarship at ImPulsTanz (2021).
Oneka von Schrader studied choreography at the SNDO Amsterdam and is currently a participant at DAS Theatre. She works as a choreographer, performer and singer in her works and collaborations, mainly in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Austria. Recently, she has worked as a dancer and singer for Tino Sehgal, Jija Sohn’s Lands of Concert and Asa Horvitz’s Dream. Her own work was shown at Bâtard Festival (Brussels), Les Urbaines (Lausanne) and 8:tension, ImPulsTanz (Vienna).
Yuwol June C. is a time-based artist. Their works aim to make one aware of the neglected spots dwelling among us. Their artistic language focuses on the liminal space between words, images, objects, and bodies.
PARASOL is a paid further training programme for young artists to experience and benefit from not only a rehearsal period of three months with each of the choreographers but also to educate themselves in exchange with each other, the choreographers and programmers. In addition to that, they can attend all kinds of events offered at TQW: performances, body and performance practices and theory lectures. Learn more about PARASOL