“One of the most innovative multimedia choreographers…”

Ninotchka Bennhaum / Dance Magazine

Ana’s philosophy is to provide a habitat for experimentation, creation and reflection. 

Her art expresses the inner condition of underrepresented communities.


March Update

Invited to teach a master class on screendance to TAPS Stanford Theatre and Performing Studies 03/11/2021 Invited to present “Encuentros y Duplicidades Trans-generacionales en la obra La Sabina” at the Primer Coloquio Iberoamericano “Transdisciplina, Creatividad y Neuro-artes Escenicas” presented by Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro.

April Update

04/12-18/2021 shift screening at Miradas a traves del tiempo , Montevideo, Uruguay

Olhar Migrante

An intimate look at the Immigrant experience focusing on issues of identity, belongingness and displacement through the language of dance. Shot in Campinas, Brazil in collaboration with Dançaberta and Eclipse Dance and Culture. Dancers: Ayumi Hanada, Casemiro de Paula Barsalini, Cléo de Paula, Fernando Vitor, Flávia Pinheiro, Júlia Ferreira, Lais Taufic Robson Lourenço, Victoria Travitzki.Continue reading “Olhar Migrante”


July 19 – July 31 Creating a collection of screendances in Iceland with Heike Salzer and Ingi Jennson. Project Directed and Produced by WeCreate, funded by Teesside University, UK. and Texas State University, USA.


“[Ana’s] many years of focus on movement as a dancer translate as an elegant visual choreography in her video art.” – Brandi Mathis

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