dancer, choreographer, pedagogue
Jasmina Križaj (1982, Maribor) graduated from the School for New Dance Development at the Theaterschool in Amsterdam. She has presented her work at different domestic and international festivals. Her performance Zebra in the Hair Saloon won the best new creation award at the 2006 ACT Festival in Bilbao, Spain. In 2009 she co-created Sugar Rush, which was supported by the European Cultural Foundation. In 2010 she was selected to participate in David Zambrano’s project 50 Days of Flying Low and Passing Through Costa Rica. Between 2010 and 2014 Jasmina was a resident artist of the international project Modul-Dance, in the frame of which she has developed two performances in close collaboration with the Portuguese artist Cristina P. Leitao (CJ Collaboration): The Very Delicious Piece and The Very Boring Piece. She was the 2013 recipient of the DanceWeb scholarship at the ImpulsTanz Festival in Vienna (mentor Ivo Dimchev). In 2015 she worked with Mala Kline in the performance Genesis, which was part of the several years long research project DreamLab Communitas. She is currently developing work with Swiss dancer and musician Simon Wehrli.
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