An intimate look at the Immigrant experience focusing on issues of identity, belongingness and displacement through the language of dance. Shot in Campinas, Brazil in collaboration with Dançaberta and Eclipse Dance and Culture.
Ana Baer Carrillo is a Mexican video-choreographer living in the US. Her work is composed of a variety of dance for camera, choreography, as well as interdisciplinary performances. She works across several fields and genres, maintaining a clear dance-centric conceptual line in her research agenda. Internationally active since 1990, Ana Baer Carrillo has been commissioned to create work by the John Cage Foundation, Stadttheather Giessen and Tanz Compagnie Giessen in Germany, Universidad Michoacana de Morelia and Contra Danza in Mexico, among others.
Julia Ziviani, dancer, choreographer, having danced at the Ballet Stagium and the Ballet of the City of São Paulo / Brazil, where she was Artistic Director for two years.
Professor at the Department of Dance and the Performing Arts Graduate Program at State University of Campinas UNICAMP. Studied at New York University, earning a Bachelor of Arts and Master of The Fine Arts from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and a PhD in Education from Unicamp.
Director of the Dançaberta Research Group in Dance and Somatic Education/Unicamp since 2000.