A woman stands in front of a gray wall and looks into the camera. Her long, straight black hair falls over her shoulders; she is wearing a gray shirt and a black tie. Her eyes are outlined in black with eyeliner.
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Agata Siniarska

Agata Siniarska works in the field of extended choreography. She places her practice between how we think about the world and how we move in it. It is a place where somaticsand politics intersect -a place where body perception meets social engagement -between somatic and environmental landscapes, between human and non-human bodies. Agata’s present research explores the idea of an Anthropocene museum, multi-species archivesin the time of war and extinction, as well as various human and non-human alliances.