RAMONA NAGABCZYŃSKA – born in 1984 in Polish-Canadian family. Dancer and choreographer.
She graduated from the Ballet Secondary School in Warsaw and studied contemporary dance at the Hochschule fur Musik and Performing Arts in Frankfurt and at The Place in London. As a dancer she worked with many artists in Poland and abroad, including The Polish Dance Theatre from Poznań, Warsaw Dance Theatre Turbulences, Marysia Stokłosa, collective Good Grir Killer from Gdansk, Darkin Ensemble (United Kingdom), Tom Dale Company (United Kingdom) and the Codigo Dance Project (Spain). Currently she is working with David Wampach from France and Clod Ensemble, visual theater from London, supported by the famous Sadler’s Wells. She is also a member of the U/LOI collective. She travels and works among Warsaw, London and Kazakhstan.
At the same time, she creates author choreographic works. In 2009 she realized a solo performance Man’s Best Friend as part of Solo Project, a residency program for young choreographers at the Old Brewery, and in 2010 – an interdisciplinary project Turao/Wonder, co-produced by the Body/Mind Foundation.
In 2011 she was (next to Alexander Baczyński-Jenkins), the winner of the competition for remix acclaimed choreographic works, organized by Commune // Warsaw and the Music and Dance Institute. As part of the cycle of re // mix in 2012, the artist prepared the work inspired by the work of Trisha Brown Accumulation and Accumulation with Talking Plus Water Motor).