Aris Papadopoulos & Martha Pasakopoulou are professional dance artists from Athens, Greece. For the past years they have been performing individually for various choreographers and artists, such as Wally Cardona, Robert Clark, Eva Recacha, Andonis Foniadakis, OKTANA Dance Theatre, Arbonauts, Tino Sehgal, Marina Abramovic, Stefanos Tsivopoulos, David Dorfman, Flux Laboratory-Palais de Tokyo, Jannis Varelas, Michael Klien, to name a few, shifting between theatres, museums, galleries and outdoors spaces.

In 2016 they started working together bringing their individual interests and aesthetics into a common discussion: constructed space, performer-viewer proximity, humor, absurdity and rhythm are notions of their interests. They focus in more open forms of working which allow for a space of potentiality, variety of perception and limitless creativity to occur.

In 2017 they created their first work touching.just and are currently researching on their upcoming project.


Jasna L. Vinovrski is performer, choreographer, teacher and eternal student of life. She grew up in Zagreb, Croatia but lived and worked most of the time abroad.

Today she works and lives in Berlin, where she runs together with choreographer ClémentLayes the company Public in private. 

After (and during) working as performer for 12 years with various European choreographers (Groupe Dunes, J. Schömer, C. Sagna, O. Duboc, etc.), she created her choreographic works that were presented at Holland dance festival in Den Haag, Rencontres-choreographic internationales de Seine Saint Denis and at the Artdanthé festival in Paris, Tanzhaus Waserwerk Zürich in Switzerland, Tanec Praha festival in Czech Republic, Zagreb week festival in Croatia, Dansa Valencia in Spain etc.


Jesús Rubio Gamo is an independent dancer and choreographer based in Madrid.

After studying ballet and contemporary dance at the Royal School of Dramatic Art, Jesús was awarded a MAE-AECI grant to develop dance studies in a foreign country. He completed an MA in choreography at London Contemporary Dance School and an MA in Performative Studies at Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid.

His work has been presented at national and international Festivals such as Escena Contemporánea (Madrid), GREC (Barcelona), Touch Wood (London), Brighton International Festival, OperaEstate (Bassano dell Grappa), FAEL (Lima) as well as in museums and in outdoors and non-conventional spaces.

In London, he was commissioned to work for dance and theatre groups EDge, Zebfontaine and Roehampton University touring company. He has been artist-in-residence in institutions such as La Casa Encendida (Madrid), The Place (London), La Caldera (Barcelona), Auditorio de Tenerife, and Wales Lab (National Theatre of Wales).

Jesús is currently developing KIDNAPPING EUROPE, an international artistic project that searches for an emotional and collective European memory. His last two pieces are BOLERO, a short dance selected for Aerowaves 2017, and “Now That We Are Not Too Old Yet”, a solo that premiered at Festival Danza_MOS Conde Duque, Madrid, in October 2016.


Evi Souli is a Greek choreographer who has collaborated with festivals and foundations such as Athens Video Dance Project -2012, Theocharakis Foundation, Benaki Museum and Onassis Cultural Foundation/ SGT – 2016 and she also runs movement direction in movies and teaches classical ballet.

In 2014 Evi Souli and Katerina Foti (Dancer) created the Stereo Nero Dance co. in Athens- Greece.

The company has already created two productions: “Arsis/ Thesis” dance performance, Athens- January 2015 and Prague- “Jarmila Jerabkova- New Europe” Festival- November 2015, and also “ Beyond Collapse” dance performance in collaboration with Pavlos Pavlidis- musician, Athens- April 2016 and Copenhagen- “HautScene- Young Choreographers 2017”.

The next production of the company under the title “Dalga” , will be presented in Athens in 2017-2018 and it will be supported by the Ministry Of Culture.


Marco D’Agostin has trained with Y. Godder, N. Charnock, E. Greco. He has performed for Claudia Castellucci/Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio, A. Sciarroni, L. Santoro… Since 2010 he participates as a choreographer a Choreoroam Europe and Act Your Age. He created several award-winning shows: Viola (2010), Spic & Span (2011), let sleeping dragons lie (2012). Last day of all and Last day of M. were created as part of Act your Age in 2013. Everything is ok is on tour in Italy and abroad. Co-created with Chiara Bersani, the choreographic project The Olympic Games will begin in March 2017 at Festival K3/Together Apart de Kampnagel in Hamburg.

Marco D’Agostin Currently he works to the duo Avalanche that will debut in Paris in next June.