Danae Theodoridou

Danae is a performance maker and researcher based in Brussels. She studied Greek philology and linguistics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and acting at the National Theatre of Northern Greece. She completed a practice-led PhD on contemporary dramaturgy at Roehampton University (London). Her artist and research work explores dramaturgical structures of experimental theatre and dance, fragmented poetics, subjectivity, representation, the performative use of oral and written language, and the notion of social imaginaries. As a performance maker and researcher she has created and/or participated in solo and collaborative live works and research projects in the UK, Greece, Belgium and elsewhere. Her work has been awarded and supported by important cultural institutions. Danae teaches in various universities and art conservatoires in Europe, and presents and publishes her research writings in international conferences and journals. More info: www.danaetheodoridou.com