8th International Interdisciplinary


16 December 2019 – 4 January 2020


Tenerife, Spain
December 2014

with the support and in collaboration of Manantial De Tara, Ayuntamiento de Arafo, and Festival de Danza Canarios dentro y fuera


3rd No Borders Project 2014

Vangelis Legakis (GR/UK/HK/AUS)

Embodied Unity – Flying Low, Passing Through, Contact Improvisation, Qigong & Yoga

Vangelis is an international Dance Artist, Choreographer, Producer and Therapist. He has been leading educational, cultural, arts and healing projects across the world for over 17 years. He studied BA (Hons) Dance Theatre and MA Choreography at Trinity Laban (London, UK) and thereafter furthered his studies by acquiring a Masters in Buddhist Studies from the Hong Kong University. 

He is a yoga and qigong accredited practitioner and a therapist of different modalities (Craniosacral, Thai and Tsi Nei Tsang Massage, Deep Tissue and Holistic Massage, Neuroskeletal Re-Alignment Therapy, Reiki I, II and Master’s Level, Reflexology, and Cosmic Healing Qigong). 

Legakis, having two distinctive paths in his life, the one of dance and choreography, and the other of healing and spirituality, has formed the philosophy Embodied Unity and the practices Contact Beyond Contact and Gliding Space. Embodied Unity is an integration of diverse Dance Languages, Yoga and QiGong, Meditation and Mindfulness. This integration is intended to enhance dance education, performance, dance technique and the choreographic process, and as a whole, improve the living standards and relationships we build in our lives.

Vangelis is the founder and artistic director of Unity Space and The Van – L Dance Company, under which he spreads interdisciplinary art and healing festivals, projects and workshops.

3rd No Borders Project 2014

Goran Bogdanovski (Slovenia)


Goran Is a Slovenian award-winning performer & choreographer, teacher,artistic director and curator.

As a peformer he has worked successfully since 1989 with more than 70 choregraphers and directors in many different fields of performing arts – classical ballet, physical theatre, contemporary dance, film and video. For over 10 years he was a soloist of the Slovene National Opera and Ballet Theater and parallely enjoyed a rich and versatile career of a freelance artist that brought him to work with many theater artists and contemporary choreographers from the Slovenian and European arts scene. Michael Clark, Matja! Pograjc & Betontanc, Dragan “ivadinov, Milko #paramblek, Francois Michele Pesenti, Ema Kugler, Janes Jan$a,Howard Katz Fireheart, among others. He also took part of research projects with Emio Greco, Josef Nadj, David Zambrano, Andrew

L.Harwood …to mention just some of them.

He has received the Triton Award 2000 for performance 1:0 and was chosen as ‘dance artist of the year’ in 2000 by the Slovenian weekly magazine Nedelo. He also received DanceWeb scolarship 2000, 2002, in Vienna; an Artslink Award 2003 in New York, a 2004 UNESCO Aschberg Award in Montreal … among others. Goran founded Fico Balet in 2000, with which he has been developing his own style of expression. For Fico Balet to date, he choreographed 15 dance productions, headed five international reaserch projects, curated 2 international dance festivals and created Fi!o training a unique and inventive community dance form as ongoing long durational artistic – educational – social project in Ljubljana. He also toured extensivly with his artistic works and gave workshops in 23 countries.

Sandra Dorem (Slovenia)

Sandra finished MA Cultural Studies and has been actively involved in a field of dance as organizer, producer, curator, researcher and dancer. She wrote MA thesis on Astrology in Contemporary Western World and participated at workshop of Tibetan Magic Astrology with astrologer Gaia Asta.

In last 5 years, she was leading and coordinating EU project Contemporary Dance Network Slovenia (http://www.sodobniples.si/); co curator and co-producer of first CoFestival (http://www.youtube.com/user/cofestival); coordinator and assistant of Gibanica (http://www.gibanica.eu/) and Pleskavica (http://www.ficobalet.org/pleskavica2011.htm) and she was co-organizer and co-producer of 16th festival City of Women/ Between Past and Future, he participated in many workshops of Contact Improvisation in Slovenia and internationally: 2nd No Borders Project (Vangelis Legakis); Contact Journey Georgia (Nevo Ben Khaan, Hugo Leonardo da Silva, Sasha Bezrodnova),Fičo training; Impulstanz and Laban workshops; Plesni klub Jama (Matej Kejžar, Gregor Luštek); Plesni Teater Ljubljana (Matej Kejžar, Magdalena Reiter, Mala Kline, Gregor Luštek).

Samalie Genoud (Switzerland)

Healing & Meditation

Samalie is the creator of the « Espace Emeraude » which a strong practice in personal development and a Master in «Reiki Unitaire». She is practising and teaching various techniques of healing, meditation, yoga and shamanism. She is specialized in the care of quantum DNA and the reconnection to the Soul. She puts together trainings for awakening the consciousness through Healing practices, the Sacred Feminine and to reach freedom of the Oneness; the Divine Unity.

Her way of intense and rich life experience in healing and meditation is fed by diverse spiritual educations and initiations received by various Masters in the world, and her inner potential as medium present from her birth allowed her to find quickly her way and share it with the others.

Today, she is working in various centres in Switzerland and abroad to receive anyone with enjoyment, simplicity, listening and sharing.

Camila Paz Cavieres

Camila is a dancer graduated from Universidad de Chile and psychologist graduated from Universidad Catolica de Chile majoring in Dance Movement Therapy (DMT) in BRECHA Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has performed with Chilean choreographers such as Nuri Gutes, Carla Bolgeri and Abigail Nuñez (Mexico). In 2013, she performed in Corpus Alterno Festival with her own work MUJER-ES, which is the product of her research between contemporary dance and DMT in which different-ages of women performed with no previous background in dance. Since 2010, she has been practicing Contact Improvisation and has trained in national and international festivals (Argentina and Brazil) with Karen Nelson, Ricardo Neves, Gustavo Lecce, Violeta Lubarsky, among others.

She has also participated in Flying Low workshops with Vangelis Legakis, Martin Piliponsky, LucasCondro; Body Mind Centering (BMC) with Milena Gilabert (Chile- France) and in 2014 she has attended to retreats of Contemporary Dance and Martial Arts integrated with Elias Cohen (Chile- Denmark). As a therapist, her main influences from Dance Movement Therapy Training are Sharon Chaiklin, Diana Fishmann, Sussy Tortora Ruben Segal and Lorena Monda. Currently, she is integrating this knowledge and experience in performance, education and in the public health system, applying the DMT in health with socially vulnerable communities.

Dr Bibiana Crespo (Spain)

Visual Arts

Visual Artist and Professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain)

Bibiana Crespo graduated at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona (Spain) in 1994 and finished her PhD on ‘Books Arts / Artists’ Books’ in 2000. Bibiana also graduated in Music Studies at the Liceu Music Conservatoire of Barcelona in 1995.

She is a Drawing Professor and leader of the postgraduate course ‘Dibujo del Natural, Nivel Superior’ at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona (University of Barcelona) and the Principal Investigator of the Consolidated Research Group ‘Painting, Drawing and Printmaking versus new Procedures and Materials’. Most of the out comes of her developed research have been published in essays and articles in specialized humanities journals and books. She is Asociate Member of the following Research Groups: the I+D+i El rostro humano: identidad y parecido and the Consolidated Teaching Research Group ‘La gestión integrada de la calidad, el medio ambiente y la seguridad en la docencia experimental de los estudios de grado de las facultades de bellas artes’ from the University of Barcelona; AciD –Advanced Centre in Drawing– and PlaCE –Place, location, context and environment– from the University of the West of England, as well as she has been External Examiner of the Master in Art MA Art, Media and Design by Project at the Faculty of Creative Arts, University of the West of England (Bristol, UK) 2009-2012 and she has been carrying out research as a visitor teacher at the Art Practice Department at the University of California – Berkeley (Berkeley, USA) and the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (Mexico City, Mexico). As well as she has given lectures at many international Universities as the Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna (Bologna, Italy), the National Academy of Arts of Sofia (Sofia, Bulgaria), the Faculty of Creative Arts, UWE (Bristol, UK)… and has participated at different International Artist’s Residency Programmes, eg: the Art and Creation Centre of Lâzarea (Romaia, 2008 and 2010), the Vyom Art Centre in Jaipur (India, 2009), the Sixth Kepes Symposium in Nature Art in Noszvay (Hungary, 2010), the Sandarbh Ineternational Residency in Partapur (India, 2011), the Slow Film Festival. IVth Edition International Filmmaking Workshop, Eszterházy Károly College in Eger (Hungary, 2011), the Yatoo International Artists in Residency in Wongol (Korea, 2011), the Taipei Artist Village in Taipei (Taiwan, 2012), the E-Corea International Art Workshop Biennale in Jeonllabukdo (Korea, 2012) and the 1st International Changzhou China Art Workshop And Festival in Changzhou (China, 2013).

Bibiana is also an active practitioner and her work deals with the graphic and plastic analysis of the musical works of musicians as J.S. Bach, F. Chopin, I. Albeniz and specially John Cage. As an example, she does not only look at Cage’s conventional dodecatonic music and performance scores but also at his mesostics which in the different sizes, letterpresses and body of the letters of his music poems involve melodic, harmonic and timbric variations and subtleties. Additionally, she develops multimedia projects with socially compromised content in which she turns the spectator/viewer into actor/participant of the projects themselves. On the other hand, her work ‘anatomical musical plates’ turns out to be a manifesto defending the scientific-technical drawing in a purest descriptive stile of human anatomy. It is also a plea in favour to electrography and copy-art. Furthermore, it is a visual metaphor about musicality of the joints of the human body and their visual representation. In addition, this piece debates the absurd irony of the subject of the drawings and mastery of execution, the sarcasm with which the art market is treated by claiming a purchasing catalogue in favour of  the democratization of art and finally the unavoidable complicity when is absorbed by the same art trade.

Solo and selected group exhibitions include: The Rape of Europe, Porto Alegre (Brazil, 2013); 1st International Changzhou China Art Workshop And Festival, Changzhou (China, 2013); E-corea International Art Biennale, Jeollabuk-do (Korea, 2012); Made in Taipei. Encounters with the city, Taipei (Taiwan, 2012); Libro-Arte / Abierto, Barcelona (2012); 7 trees / 7 colors / 7 chakras. Re-connecting with nature, Wongol (Korea, 2011); Keren Ke Parda Performance, Keren Ke Parda (India, 2011); I am what I eat. Lazar Castle, Lâzarea (Romania, 2010); error 3 –SAFIA Gallery. Barcelona / Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur (India, 2009); Traces of Lazarea’s Art Camp Peformance. 34th KorkéP International Art Camp’s. Lazar Castle, Lâzarea (Romania, 2008); De Arte. International Fair, Maes Gallery. Palacio de Exposiciones. Madrid (2007);etc.

Acerina Amador (Spain)

Acerina was born in Tenerife, Canary Islands, land she deeply loves.

Her first contact with arts was with music and by the tales she started writing at the age of 9.

She was selected for PEPCC (Programa de Pesquiça e CriaçaoCoreográfica), studyin with Deborah Hay, Meg Stuart, Joao Fiadeiro, LoicTouzé, Emmanuelle Huyhn, Miguel Pereira, Mark Tompkins, NunoBizarro, Claudia Dias, Lisa Nelson, Jeremy Nelson, André Lepecki, Vera Mantero, among many others. She has worked with Deborah Hay, Ana Borralho & Joao Galante, Michelle Boulé, Wojtekz Ziemilski, Mauricio Glez, Viviana Moin, Javier Caro Ceice, visual artist Josep María Martín, jazz composer Kike Perdomo, Rikke Alminde and Carlos Barretto and dance company Superamas.

Her work, Placeres Extraños repito Placeres Extraños, A propósito do Vermelho, Les Stripteases de Aidi Eisidi, Cualquier tiempo pasado nos parece mejor, Art and Life: Good Work, has been presented in several venues in Europe and China and some of them produced by Auditorio de Tenerife.

 She has a MA in Performing Art Practices and Visual Culture, directed by Victoria Pérez Royo and José Sánchez, with Juan Domínguez and Marten Spangberg, among others. She has received several grants like Danceweb 2009 and 2013 and has been invited to international artistic encounters like SKITE lead by Jean Marc Adolphe in Caen, 2010, Peepshow & Bis-a-Bis lead by Carmelo Fernandez and No Borders in Xiamen 2013, invited by Vangelis Legakis.

Currently as a performer, she is working with Swiss-based choreographer Marco Berrettini in Los Niños de Bilderberg, which will premiere in Switzerland at the end of 2015, if Bilderberg agrees on that and with theater director Rodrigo Garcia de Mesa, for his new piece in 2015.

She has a degree in Psychology and a MA in Acceptance and Commitment Therapist, (ACT), another type of art she loves too and uses to help other artists in their artistic path. Actually she teaches at the Official School of Psychology (COP) to other pscyhologist to work with ACT.wwww.acerinaamador.com

She helped to coordinate the No Borders Project by Vangelis Legakis in Canary Islands, a project based in the notion of borders, identity and cross-cultural communication with no linguisitc medium.



Gamze Seber (TURKEY)
Joana Knezevic (SERBIA)
Tomáš Hlaváček (CZECH REPUBLIC)
Lucie Sendlerova (CZECH REPUBLIC)
James Mweu (KENYA)
Romina Simone (ARGENTINA)
Marit Fogelgren (SWEDEN)
Hilde I Sandvold (NORWAY)
Michael Cornege (NEW ZEALAND)
Katharina A. P. Kohler (AUSTRIA)
Gintare Simutyte (LITHUANIA)
Roberta Racis (ITALY)
Kristina Dimitrova (BULGARIA)
Balazs Posgay (HUNGARY)
Li Xin (CHINA)
Satya Zanicca Yuan (CHINA)
Niten Dhyan (FRANCE)
Gauri Algar (ENGLAND)
Daura Hernandez (SPAIN)

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