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Dance Arts Faculty > Artisti e Docenti > Daniela Neugebauer

Paese: Svizzera

Choreographic work:
2022 HOT SOIL: in collaboration with dancers Jay O’Connell, Jordan Bautista and Julia Costa, music by This is Celestial
2021 ANODYNE (film): in collaboration with director Louis Ellison, DOP Andi Hampton (Family Creative), dancer Kat Collings, original music by Milo Craig, produced by Winston Jr Milton
2020 SOIL: in collaboration with visual artist Mehrnoosh Khadivi and original music by Jlin
2019 SCENARIO: in collaboration with multi media artist Henrique Ghersi, produced by Manifesto, Paris
2018 NOBODY IS PERFECT: all choreography for TED x Lyon with Alvaro Dule
2017 BOUND TO FLOORS (film and study): in collaboration with Alvaro Dule

As a Dancer:
Over the past 20 years, Daniela danced in companies and as a freelancer in various countries across the continent of Europe. She shared the stage in outstanding roles with dancers from the Royal Opera Ballet, Paris Opera Ballet, Ballet Frankfurt/ Forsyth the Company, Batsheva Dance Company, Netherlands Dance Theater 1, amongst others

Jan 2010 – Aug 2019 Company Wayne Mcgregor, London
Previous with Dance Works, Rotterdam and Ballet Gulbenkian, Lisbon

Codarts – Rotterdam
Hamburg Ballet School, John Neumeier

Thrice recipient of scholarship, Migros-Genossenschafts-Bund, Switzerland
Since September 2022
Trustee at the Swiss Cultural Fund

Collaborations under the umbrella of Company Wayne McGregor:
With composers: Ben Frost, Jlin, Jamie XX, Max Richter, Mark-Anthony Turnage
Visual artists: Random International, Ben Cullen Williams, Olafur Eliasson,
Make-up designer: Alex Box,
Fashion designer: Gareth Pugh and
Photographer: Nick Knight, amongst others

In addition:
Daniela taught Company Wayne Mcgregor on a regular basis
Developed movement language with Olafur Eliasson for the installation Ice Watch London / Paris
Led and created piece for the British Pavilion at Venice Biennale Architettura 2018
Led multiple outreach programmes in the UK and abroad
Such as created pieces for about 60+ participants for Big Dance or Company of Elders at Sadler’s Wells
Presented lectures about the companies research at universities
Was included in the research also exhibited at the Wellcome Trust