Cecilia Bengolea’s practice is focused on anthropological and urban dance forms and their relation to nature, the elements and figuration. She perceives dance and performance as animated sculpture and welcomes the fact that these forms allow her to become both object and subject at the same time. She studied Philosophy and Art History at Buenos Aires University and followed the choreographic master Ex.e.r.c.e. by Mathilde Monnier in Montpellier.
Bengolea’s video installations and performances have been exhibited at the Gwangju Biennial (2014), Biennale de Lyon (2015), The Tanks and Tade Modern (2015), Faena Arts Center, Buenos Aires (2015 and 2017) Fig-2 25/50 at ICA, London (2015), Dia Art Foundation (May 2017), Tokyo Spiral Hall, Biennale de Sao Paulo (2016), The Infinite Mix, Hayward Gallery London (2016), Elevation 1049, Gstaad (2017), Palais de Tokyo (2015 and 2018), Art Night, ICA London (2015), Fiorucci Art Trust, Stromboli, Dhaka Art Summit (2018), TBA21, Venice (2018), Art Basel Miami Beach (2018), E.A.T (2019), Centre Pompidou (2010 and 2016), Engadin Art Talks 2019, Desertx 2019.
Bengolea has collaborated with François Chaignaud since 2005.
Damion BG Dancerz
Damion BG Dancerz is a Jamaican dancehall dancer, dance teacher and the leader of the crew BG dancerz. His crew got the name BG after their community called Burger Gully and it is consisted of seven members.
During the past 4 years BG Dancerz has got a lot more attention in Jamaica and globally. The crew is well known by having a lot of different dances making the crew very entertaining.
Since the past years Damion have spend more time out of jamaica and impressed dancers across the world with his talent and he’s great attitude. “Buss dem head settings” “Lace up!!!”.
Craig Black Eagle
Craig discovered his dancing skills at a late age. He was 19 years old when he fell in love with dancing. With an incredible decisiveness and ambition, he has grown to become one of the most prominent dancehall dancer in the world. Passion is what characterizes his dancing. With his personal style and expressive moves he can’t be missed.
Since 2012 Craig has been teaching at Dance Ja dance studio in Kingston. In 2013 he got his first international booking travelling to Russia to judge, perform and teach workshops in Moscow. In the years that followed the international travelling intensified.