Naïma

Naïma

Naïma Mazic

n ï m 

Naïma Mazic founded the association more2rhythm and the n ï m company in 2016.

She is currently a resident choreographer at K3 Tanzplan Hamburg, working on her new creation infectious.

May 2019 she will be working at workspacebrussels on the piece PoLy-Mirrors.

She studied at P.A.R.T.S., the Reykjavik Academy of Arts and the MUK in Vienna. She received the Impulstanz Dance Web Scholarship 2015, as well as the Austrian Scholarship for performing arts. She was part of the HipHop Continuum atJacob’s Pillow Dance Festival with Rennie Harris. Naïma concentrates on the musical independency of dancers of different backgrounds and on the collaboration with Jazz musicians. Her choreographic work is influenced by House Dance and Lindy Hop/Solo Jazz and by tools of Jazz music, such as uneven meters and polyrhythms. Naïma Mazic developed and showed her work in Havana, Paris, Pamplona, New York, Kolkata, Vienna, Brussels and more.

Furthermore she gives Master Classes for dancers based on her own research OF(F) Rhythm, and due to her pedagogical education, she teaches different ages.

Performances & Choreographic works:

n ï m company

infectious at K3 Tanzplan Hamburg / Kampnagel 

PoLy-Mirrors at Le Regard du Cygne in Paris and at Cas-Co in Leuven

Duo at Jazz & Musicclub Porgy & Bess in Vienna

Sharing HOME at the Contemporary Art Gallery Brussels & the Vienna Art Week 2016

abierta   at Centro Coreografico de La Gomera, at Projection Room in Brussels and at the Museo de la Universidad de Nevarra

PoLy’s PuLse at P.A.R.T.S. and at SMOG Projection Room Brussels

HOME at el cierbo encantado & Fábrica del Arte, Havana, Cuba

others

Choreographic Assistant- Salzburger Festspiele 2017, production Lulu by Athina Rachel Tsangari

OF(F) Rhythm Master Class & Performance with Haggai-Cohen Milo at NYC Mark Morris Dance Center & Arts on Site

FIGURES 3 by Talia de Vries Dance Rooms Festival 2016 Tel Aviv & Jerusalem, BUDA Kortrijk

Internship with Alix Eynaudi & Erna Ómarsdottir

Dance education with Doris Uhlich

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