Director, São Paulo, Brazil
Participant International Forum 2015
Carolina Mendonça (1984, São Paulo/Brazil) works with dance, theatre and visual arts, allowing the contamination of knowledge and being vulnerable to other logics. She graduated in Performing Arts at ECA-USP and obtained a Master in Choreography and Performance at Giessen University with the support of a DAAD scholarship. Her latest productions are “We, the Undamaged others” (2017 at Oswald de Andrade and MIT-2018), “Falling” (2016 at Mousonturm, Frankfurt), “Tragedy: a Tragedy” (at SESC Pompéia São Paulo in 2014) and Caixa Cultural at Curitiba, Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro in 2016) and “A Radically Condensed History of Post-Industrial Life”, which won the CCJ First Works Prize and the Myrian Muniz Award, entailing a national tour in 2013. Carolina collaborates with artists such as Catalina Insignares, Dudu Quintanilha, Volmir Cordeiro and Marcelo Evelin and shows at festivals such as Kyoto Experiment, Festival d`Automnne, Tanz im August, Kunstenfestivaldesarts, ImPulsTanz and others.
Sursignal allied members: Myriam Lefkowitz, Théo Robine-Langlois, Simon Ripoll-Hurier.
As of February 2019