Victoria Primus is mother of two beautiful children, passionate dancer, choreographer & dance mediator based in Vienna, Austria. She crosses boundaries between dance disciplines such as Ballet, Contemporary & Jazz Dance & Physical Dance Theatre.
Victoria Primus enjoyed her professional training at the Opera Ballet School & Performing Arts School in Vienna. from an early age on, The dance traditions of various cultures of this world were brought closer to her by attending the globally respected ImpulsTanz Festival Vienna.
Dance crosses many boundaries and forges links between cultures based on mutual respect. From a young age, this understanding has triggered a thirst for working with versatile characters of various countries.
Victoria left Austria, with the age of 18, to engage in a big artistic adventure studying at the London University of Arts/ London Studio Center graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in 2005.
Since finishing university she has worked internationally with dance companies, festivals & a variety of artists: Theater Ansicht, Vienna Biennale, Noise Aquarium, Angewandte Innovation Lab, Vienna Design Week, X Factor, Ivo Dimchev, Tauschfühlung, Bodytalk, Flowmotion Dance Company, Phoenix Fire Dancers, Rafael Bonachela, Janet Smith.
The mediation of dance as the perfect tool to keep a healthy balance, physically and psychologically, is important to Victoria.
In spring 2019 Victoria finished her studies in cultural management.
Victoria engages in interdisciplinary work at the interface between art and science.
the interdisciplinary work of artists of various genres ( visual art & sound design) and scientists stand in the foreground of her artistic endeavours.
Currently Victoria is looking for cooperation partners who are interested in interdisciplinary collaborations interfacing dance and natural science to raise awareness of the ecological crisis. The Embodiment Research Lab ( THE ERL ) tries to physically approach abstract topics to make them more tangible for a wide ranging audience.
During a immersive experience children or adults, with and without dance experience, get into a closer relationship with plankton, planets and particles.
The playful physical approach through dance movement makes abstract topics like biodiversity, planetary oscillation or quantum entanglement easier to grasp.
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