In her practice, ANNA ANDEREGG explores the interdependence of the human body and its habitat. Her work can be seen as a bodily and henceforth spatial negotiation between closeness and distance. This becomes a conscious mediation between the audience, the dancers, the space and the imagination. Her choreographic works leave a strong visual impact in a multitude of art forms that cluster in unexpected environments, from public space, private apartments, industrial halls, theaters to art museums.

ANNA ANDEREGG studied dance in Bern, Montpellier and Berlin. In 2013 she won both the June Johnson Award (Swiss national dance prize) and the German Kultur & Kreativpiloten Deutschland award. Anderegg’s work has been shown throughout Europe, as well as in Asia and the United States. In 2018, she created the piece “Fragmented”, commissioned by the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow. “Fragmented” explores self-staging on social media platforms while responding to the space’s architecture, designed by Rem Koolhaas. Between 2017 - 2019 she was a visiting professor at the University of Applied Sciences of Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW).


photo: Julija Goyd



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