Victoria Primus is mother of two children and a passionate dancer and choreographer, based in Vienna, Austria.
Victoria enjoyed her professional training at the Opera Ballet School, Performing Arts School in Vienna and the University of London Arts, UK. During her studies, she toured the Intoto dance company with pieces by Janet Smith (Scottish Dance Theater), Rafael Bonachela (Sydney Dance Company), Michael Popper (Royal Ballet), Luca Silvestrini (Protein Dance Theater Company).
from an early age on, The dance traditions of various cultures of this world were brought closer to her at the globally respected ImpulsTanz Festival Vienna. there she assisted the internationally known dance teacher and choreographer Joe alegado.
Dance crosses many boundaries and forges links between cultures based on mutual respect.
From a young age, this understanding has triggered a thirst for international artistic collaborations.
Since finishing university in the Uk, she has worked internationally with dance companies, festivals & a variety of artists: Ars Electronica Festival, Wiener Rauschen Festival, Wienwoche, Art Yourself Festival, Theater Ansicht, Vienna Biennale Festival, Noise Aquarium, Angewandte Innovation Lab, Vienna Design Week, X Factor, Ivo Dimchev, Tauschfühlung, Bodytalk, Flowmotion Dance Company, Phoenix Fire Dancers.
in 2019, She finished her diploma course in cultural management in her hometown.
Victoria and the visual artist Iris Weigel founded the artistic association kreatur, which has its main focus on interdisciplinary and intercultural art projects.
Arts & science projects, like Planetary oscillation embodiment, which is based on the immersive sound installation of the musician and sound designer elena shirin, has brought Victoria closer to engage more and more in art/ science projects.
Victoria adapts her work to the web during COVID-19 / lockdown 2020 and creates online tutorials for various purposes: die Angewandte- Kinderunikunst, ballet back on track, die Tanzerei.
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