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Anika Edström Kawaji stu­died at P.A.R.T.S. (Brussels) 2013 — 2016. After gra­du­a­ting she
wor­ked as a per­for­mer at Rosas/​Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker (BE) for five years on a full
time basis. Since 2020, she has col­la­bo­ra­ted with Fieldworks (BE/NO), Robin Jonsson (SE),
Francesco Scavetta/​Wee (IT/NO) among others as a dan­cer and per­for­mer. Together with
Robin Haghi she is cur­rent­ly making the per­for­man­ce Things That Can Survive in Space
which will pre­mie­re in February of 2024. They publi­cly pre­sen­ted their research at Uppsala
Art Museum in 2022. She is besi­des this devel­o­ping her own work together with artists
main­ly based in Brussels and Stockholm.

Marie Goudot began her career as a dan­cer in 1998 with Maurice Béjart. Since then, she
has wor­ked with artists and cho­re­o­grap­hers inclu­ding Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, Russell
Maliphant, Pierre Droulers, Saša Božić, Chrysa Parkinson, Ula Sickle, François
Laroche-Valière, Mark Lorimer, Boris Charmartz (for 20 dan­cers for the 20th cen­tu­ry) and
Ictus Ensemble (Braxton Project, Holding pre­sent).
In 2005, she ini­ti­a­ted the col­lec­ti­ve cho­re­o­grap­hic labo­ra­to­ry LOGE22 together with Julien
Monty and Michael Pomero. As LOGE 22 they cre­a­ted a dozen per­for­man­ces until 2017,
and co-foun­ded Spider artis­tic plat­form together with European artists from dif­fe­rent
She has wor­ked and col­la­bo­ra­ted with cho­re­o­grap­her Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker on 13
cre­a­ti­ons sin­ce 2010 (Vortex, Work/​Travail/​Arbeid, Cesena, 5Agon, Mitten/​Cellosuiten…).
Marie is a P.A.R.T.S. Faculty mem­ber, desig­ning the school’s peda­go­gi­cal line sin­ce 2016,
as well as tea­ching tech­nic, com­po­si­ti­on and reper­to­ry. Marie is cur­rent­ly a tutor for the MA
STUDIOS stu­dents. She also assisted Anne Teresas de Keersmaeker for various pro­jects at
P.A.R.T.S. Marie has also taught and given work­shops at CNSMD de Paris, Summerschool,
Impulstanz, Ménagerie de Verre.
She is part of a research group, The ToolBox pro­ject, which aims to iden­ti­fy and cata­lo­gue
the com­po­si­ti­o­nal tools and cho­re­o­grap­hic pro­ces­ses used by the Rosas com­pa­ny over the
last 40 years.

Michael Pomero has been a dan­cer, per­for­mer, assis­tant and cho­re­o­grap­her for 25 years.
Based in Brussels sin­ce 2010, his eclec­tic career took him first to Switzerland (Rudra Béjart,
Béjart Ballet), then to France (Lyon Opera Ballet, John Jasperse) befo­re moving to England
to work with Russell Maliphant.
Between 2006 and 2023, he wor­ked clo­se­ly with Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker and Rosas
as a dan­cer and/​or assis­tant for the cre­a­ti­on of 7 per­for­man­ces (The Song, Vortex
tem­po­rum, Rilke, Mitten…), an ope­ra (Così fan tut­te), a musi­cal (West Side Story) as well as
all of Rosas’ muse­um and in situ expe­ri­ments (Work/​Travail/​Arbeid, Somnia, Dark Red
pro­jects, 5Agon…).
In 2005 Michael co-foun­ded LOGE22 together with Marie Goudot and Julien Monty, a
col­lec­ti­ve and cho­re­o­grap­hic labo­ra­to­ry, they have made more than 10 cre­a­ti­ons sin­ce.
LOGE22 and Matej Kejzar co-foun­ded the inter­na­ti­o­nal artis­tic coo­p­e­ra­ti­ve SPIDER and
sub­se­quent­ly SPIDER EXPAND, who­se gatherings criss-cros­sed Europe from 2010 to 2016.
LOGE22 has also run two venues in Lyon, inclu­ding Rhizome, which has sin­ce been
trans­for­med into an artis­tic resi­d­en­cy and trai­ning cen­tre.
Michael has been a mem­ber of the P.A.R.T.S. Faculty sin­ce 2016 in char­ge of com­po­si­ti­on.
He tea­ches and gives work­shops at P.A.R.T.S., CNSMD de Paris, Summerschool, KASK
He is also part of a research group of artists, soci­o­lo­gists and tea­chers inves­ti­ga­ting
Diversity in European hig­her dan­ce edu­ca­ti­on’. This research is sup­por­ted by P.A.R.T.S.
(Brussels), La Manufacture (Lausanne), SKH (Stockholm), the University of Amsterdam and
Michael assisted Mette Ingvartsen with the cre­a­ti­on of Skatepark in 2023.
He has sin­ce joi­ned the artis­tic team at La Mercerie, an alter­na­ti­ve art cen­tre in the heart of
Brussels dedi­ca­ted to emer­ging artists, as pro­ject coo­r­di­na­tor and cura­tor for Performing
Michael is cur­rent­ly invol­ved in the cre­a­ti­on of PARTAGER LE VIDE by Marie Goudot and
Sophia Dinkel as assis­tant, and AFTER HANNIBAL with Marie Goudot as co-author.

Robin Haghi (Sweden, 1993) gra­du­a­ted from P.A.R.T.S. (Brussels) in 2016. After his
edu­ca­ti­on he wor­ked as a dan­cer at Rosas/​Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker(BE) whe­re he was
part of seve­r­al pro­duc­ti­ons until 2021. Robin has sin­ce then wor­ked with cho­re­o­grap­hers
such as Francesco Scavetta (IT/NO), Erik Eriksson (SE) and Tilman O’Donnell (DE/US).
Together with Anika Edström Kawaji he is cur­rent­ly making the per­for­man­ce Things That
Can Survive in Space which will pre­mie­re in February of 2024. They publi­cly pre­sen­ted their
research at Uppsala Art Museum in 2022. She is besi­des this devel­o­ping her own work
together with artists main­ly based in Brussels and Stockholm.

Thomas Vantuycom tran­si­ti­o­ned from stu­dying eco­no­mics to pur­suing the per­for­ming arts
at P.A.R.T.S. After gra­du­a­ti­on in 2014, he col­la­bo­ra­ted with artists he met during his trai­ning.
His work as a dan­cer and actor inclu­ded work with Carly Wijs, Francesco Scavetta, and
Salva Sanchis. Joining Rosas for Work/​Travail/​Arbeid, he con­ti­nued in pro­duc­ti­ons like A
Love Supreme and The Six Brandenburg Concertos until 2021. Later, he co-autho­red
Electric Life, and wor­ked with Simone Aughterlony, Saša Božić, and Tumbleweed. Besides
dan­ce, Thomas indul­ges his geeky side as a web devel­o­per and mathe­ma­tics student.

Youness Khoukhou (Morocco) 1984, stu­died dan­ce in Marrakech, Tunis, and Belgium,
gra­du­a­ting from P.A.R.T.S. As a dancer/​performer, he col­la­bo­ra­ted on pro­jects with Pierre
Droulers, Claire Croizé, Louise Vannest, Bouchra Ouizgen, Tg stan, and Radouan Mriziga,
Inne Goris. As a cre­a­tor, he wor­ked with Pierre Droulers and pre­sen­ted his own works,
Becoming’ (2015) and Noon’ (2018),Naked jour­ney (2023). He’s also acti­ve­ly invol­ved in
edu­ca­ti­on, being a facul­ty mem­ber at P.A.R.T.S. sin­ce 2022 and con­tri­bu­ting to various
insti­tu­ti­ons in Belgium and Morocco: KASK School of Arts Ghent, ISAC insti­tut Supérieur des
arts et choré­grap­hies Brussels (sin­ce 2018) Arabesque — Meknes, Espace Darja -

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