Josefina Imfeld

Josefina Imfeld

Josefina Imfeld

Currently working on:

In January 2024 I went to Chile to do a residency, to share a practice movement workshop in Chile and make a presentation of synchronization practices, it was a co-production with Sala Santo Domingo in Valparaíso. I also did a short experimental residency with Chilean artist and dancer Valeska Minchel. I am working with Methods to survive, the collective I have with Lara Tummma.We will be working on subtle transmissions (new project) at NAIRS (Zurich) during September and October and at WPZimmer in November 2024.

Quick Facts:

I understand artistic work as a constant research and that is how I approach all the projects I have worked on as a dancer, performer and director. One of the topics that crosses my practice is to rehearse systems of movements to expand their magnetic and perceptive field; for this, an intuitive use of writing, voice, sound and image. Assembling surfaces to make poetry, as an ecosystem of frictions between fantasies and questions.
I studied at Arte XXI, Contemporary Dance School and C.I.A, Center for Artistic Research. I was a scholarship holder at the Action Lab at CTBA 2019. I received the Danceweb scholarship with the mentorship of Meg Stuart and Floretina Holzinger (Impulstanz-Austria) 2018. I work since 2010 for different choreographers: Diana Szeinblum, Ivan Haidar, Florencia Vecino, Laura Peña, Ximena Romero, Yanina Rodolico. Since 2017, I work with Lara Ferrari in the collective Methods to Survive, making practices around dance, writing and performance. Currently, we are making the Synchronization Practices Notebook as a way to collectivize and share the practice we invent while living at a distance.

Highest educational degree:

Cultural Agent, C.I.A (Center for Artistic Research). Argentina.