“We are trying to raise awareness and really make a political statement with the art form of dance.”
Antja Kennedy is a dancer, choreographer, dance teacher and a certified laban movement analyst since 1984. Since 1985 makes choreographies of dance pieces for groups in the context of the Tanzfabrik Berlin, EUROLAB and Impuls (Bremen). Since 1994 she has been the director of the EUROLAB certificate programs in Laban/Bartenieff movement studies. In 2004 she started with regular solo performances. In her book “Bewegtes Wissen” (2010) she has published a contribution on the topic of movement choir. “Water is not a common commodity, but an inherited good that must be protected, defended and treated accordingly. Global Water Dances is a global, integrative and cross-generational performance project that is realized every two years. Since its inception, global participation has been growing steadily: in 2011 there were 60 locations, and by 2017 there will be over 100 locations worldwide.