Dmytro Grynov “Free limits” is looking for contemporary dancers/ performers for a new artistic research “Homecoming”.

Where: Berlin, Germany

When: 01.10.2023

Deadline for applications: 28.09.2023

For whom it is intended: This opportunity is aimed preferably for freelance dancers based in Berlin, GermanyIt is possible to consider freelance German based artists from neighboring regions of Germany, though applicants might assure personal travel costs and accommodation for the project period. You must be a tax resident in Germany and have a valid working permit.

About the project:
Homecoming is a movement research dedicated to the topic of adaptation and assimilation mechanisms due to forced migration. In particular, it deals with the process of creating a new home for Ukrainian refugees who were forced to leave their country of origin due to war and violence. Our main focus will be on the complexity of maintaining traditions and values that need to be established in the new society without betraying one’s principles and worldviews.

The project is intended to be integrative and socially oriented. It is based on the collaboration between professional artists and representatives of Ukrainian forcibly resettled people. The final performances of the project will take place outdoors in the public space of Berlin.

Profile of candidate:
This call is for professional dancers/performers with strong contemporary dance technique and artistic presence. Candidates have to possess solid knowledge in improvisation and partnering skills. Additionally welcomes experience in acrobatics/breakdance/urban dance on a professional level.

I’m looking for curious and passionate artistic individuals, who are eager to commit themselves into the depth of the research process and are not afraid to go beyond their own limits and work under pressure with different groups of people under various conditions. I appreciate committed, hard-working artists, who are capable of being vulnerable, fragile and exposed to the nerve, able to channel movements and emotions in one source of energy in order to enrich artistic process and discover something new both on personal and professional levels.

Working period: November 1st to 30th, 2023. Candidates must be fully available for the working period.

Honorarium: Research period and presentation fees will be aligned with the Minimum Wage Law of Berlin State.

How to apply: please send your application to with your recent artistic CV and 2 photos. Please attach links to a maximum of 3 videos, which demonstrate your versatile dance skills. Additionally please write a short motivation letter (up to 4 sentences) where you describe your interest in working with this particular project and team.

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