Botis Seva announced as one of Aerowaves Twenty17 artists

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“We create cross-border performance opportunities for emerging choreographers. Our network shares resources and insights. We actively enhance connections between dance artists, programmers and audiences across Europe.” Aerowaves

Botis Seva was announced as one of Airwaves Twenty17 artists with his “alarmingly un-human” piece ‘Reck’.

Out of 563 applicants, Botis was selected as one of the twenty artists/companies as well as only being one of the only 2 successful artists from the UK.

The Airwaves Twenty17 artists are:

Oona / Oona Doherty – Hope Hunt and the Ascension into Lazarus –  UK / Northern Ireland

Anastasia Valsamaki – Sync – Greece

Mithkal Alzghair – Displacement – France

Jonas&Lander – Adorabilis – Portugal

Company Furinkaï / Satchie Noro & Silvain Ohl – Origami – France

Timothy and the Things / László Fülöp & Emese Cuhorka – Your Mother At My Door – Hungary

Hege Haagenrud – The Rest is Silence – Norway

Himherandit Productions – Andreas Constantinou – WOMAN – Denmark

Francesca Foscarini – Vocazione all’Asimmetria – Italy

Inside Out / Linda Hayford – Shapeshifting – France

Žigan Krajnčan and Gašper Kunšek – Alien Express – Slovenia

LOCATION X / Taneli Törmä – Classical Beauty – Denmark

Martin Hansen – Monumental – Germany

Botis Seva – Reck – UK

Alessandro Schiattarella – Altrove – Switzerland

Daniele Ninarello – Kudoku – Italy

Luke Baio & Dominik Grünbühel – Ohne Nix – Austria

Jesús Rubio Gamo – Bolero – Spain

Vera Ondrašikova – GUIDE – Czech Republic

Renata Piotrowska-Auffret – Death. Exercises and variations – Poland

To find out more about Aerowaves and what being a Aerowaves Twenty17 artist entails, check out their website here

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Picture: Morten Fauerby, Montgomery.dk

Far From The Norm will also be presenting Reck at Spring Forward between 28-3oth April in Aarhus, Denmark. Spring Forward is hosted by Aerowaves & their partner Bora Bora with other local venues as part of their year-long European Capital of Culture 2017 programme.