Canadian choreographer and dancer Antonija Livingstone is based in
Berlin and works mostly in France at the threshold of performance and
dance. Livingstone grew up in the midst of a family of geologists in
itinerant gold mining camps and remote communities in British Colombia
and Yukon, Canada and continues to include the transit of urban-rural
experiences in her artistic research. She is the beneficiary of a
self-directed non-institutional education in Performance Studies and
Choreography. She has worked extensively as a performer with Benoit
Lachambre and with Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods performing recently in
Sketches / Notebook and is a member of Supernova Interdisciplinary
Ensemble at HAU Berlin 2018.
Her body of work to date consists of a solo performance The Part and a
decade of duets and co-signed intimate feminist ensemble works for
theatre, video and installation. Notably - a situation for dancing. (in 4 episodes) with Heather Kravas, Cat Calendar with Antonia Baehr,
On Orientations and Insignificant Others, with Ian Kaler, Supernatural
with Simone Aughterlony and Hahn Rowe, Culture Administration &
Trembling with Jennifer Lacey, Stephen Thompson, Dominique Petrin, and
her most recent co-creation with visual artist/scenographer Nadia
Lauro les Études (hérésies 1-7).
Antonija will be performing as part of Tactical Contact at Kelham Island Museum, responding to their working Steam Engine.