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Carolina Mendonça

Carolina Mendonça (1984, São Paulo, Brazil) works with dance, theater, and visual arts allowing the contamination of knowledge and being vulnerable to other logics. A graduate in performing arts at ECA-USP, she has a master’s in choreography and performance at Giessen University in Germany with a DAAD Scholarship. Her latest productions are We, the Undamaged Others at Oswald de Andrade (2017) and MIT (2018); Falling at Mousonturm, Frankfurt (2016); Tragedy: a Tragedy at SESC Pompéia São Paulo (2014) and Caixa Cultural at Curitiba, Brasilia, and Rio de Janeiro (2016); A Radically Condensed History of Post-Industrial Life, which won CCJ First Works Prize and the Myrian Muniz Award for a national tour in 2013.

Carolina collaborates with artists such as Catalina Insignares, Dudu Quintanilha, Volmir Cordeiro, and Marcelo Evelin, showing in festivals such as Kyoto Experiment, Festival d’Automnne, Tanz in August, Kunstenfestivaldesarts, and Impulztanz, among others.