Przemek Kamiński (1989)

Polish-born, Berlin-based artist who works with choreography and dance, creating works for stage, screen and exhibition spaces. His practice engages with embodied imagination and imagery, somatics and poetics of movement, sensuality, pleasure and desire. He continuously draws from various archival materials and references as well as recycles his past works and abandoned ideas in order to let them unfold into new formats and iterations.

This interdisciplinary approach is reflected in his educational background. He holds a Batchelor of Arts degree in “Dance, Context, Choreography” (HZT lnter-University Centre for Dance Berlin, Berlin University of the Arts) and Master of Arts degree in “Visual and Media Anthropology” (Freie Universitaet & HMKW, Berlin).

His choreographic works were presented, amongst others at Cinedans Festival (Amsterdam), Diskurs Festival (Giessen), HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin), K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg (Hamburg), Kunsthalle Zurich (Zurich), LETO Gallery (Warsaw), Museum of Art (Łódź), Nowy Teatr (Warsaw), Pawilon (Poznań), radialsystem (Berlin), Sophiensaele (Berlin), WELD (Stockholm) or PQ Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space (Prague).

An essential part of his artistic practice is designing and facilitating experimental learning formats that generate embodied forms of knowledge. He has facilitated workshops at K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg (Hamburg), University of Fine Art (Dresden), Centre in Motion (Warsaw), LOFFT (Leipzig), radialsystem (Berlin), DOCH The School of Dance and Circus (Stockholm) and others.

He was a choreographer in residence at K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg (Hamburg), Workshop Foundation (Budapest) or l.C.l./CCN (Montpellier). He was a grant holder of the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Fonds Darstellende Künste, Gwaertler Stiftung or National Performance Network.

As a performer, he collaborated with Nevin Aladag, Juan Dominguez Rojo, Nicole Seiler, Isabelle Schad or Jeremy Shaw.