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Klaudia Wittmann

Klaudia Wittmann

Co Founder and Co Director 

Klaudia Wittmann is a dancer, choreographer and researcher. She began her movement practice as an elite rhythmic gymnast and member of the German national team from age 13. In 2009, she pursued her professional training in dance and physical theatre at London Studio Centre (UAL) and Jasmin Vardimon Company (JV2). She later completed an MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy at Goldsmiths University.

Klaudia has worked with various choreographers both nationally and internationally, including Sounding Motion Dance, Balbir Singh, Lara Ritosa-Roberts, Pascal Merighi, Moxie Brawl, Acrojou as well as being part of the creation of MAZE by Jasmin Vardimon and Turner Contemporary as part of JV2. Her professional experience further includes works for camera, both in feature and short films, including Otto Floss - Freelance watcher (2013) and Viscera: Autopsy of a (non)human Body (2021). She has mentored and choreographed for Portfolio2016 by Sound & Music, and continuously created and performed for KWAM Collective. She is an associate of Experiment 6, an independent artist-led group that promotes experimental dance in South London.

Klaudia was recently awarded a full scholarship by AHRC-funded M4C to undertake practice-led artistic research on gendered oppression and new choreographic practices at the Centre for Dance Research (Coventry University). In this project, she will work with survivors of the international abuse scandals in women's gymnastics.

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