Founded by choreographer Amanda Piña and the visual artist Daniel Zimmermann in 2005 in Vienna, Austria.
nadaproductions features trans-disciplinary work centred on aspects of reception and perception through the involvement of audiences in new performance concepts. nadaproductions repertoire comprises various flexible trans-medial formats that are tailored to fit different contexts and that enable the participation of diverse segments of civil society. The works tackle socio-political and biopolitical issues and raise the question of their consequences on the bodies of individuals.
In 2009 nadaproductions founded the “Federal Ministry of Movement Affairs”, a structure at the interface of para-institution and performance, using the potential of the perception and movement of the body to enhance consciousness. In the same year nadaproductions opened the off- space performance space nadaLokal in the 15th district of Vienna.
nadaproductions creates in co-production with Tanzquartier Wien, deSingel Antwerpen, ImpulsTanzFestival, and NAVE Santiago de Chile a.o and has presented twork throughout Europe and Latin America.
Sitio Web: https://nadaproductions.at/
Is a Mexican-Chilean-Austrian artist and cultural worker living between Vienna and Mexico City. Her work is concerned with the decolonisation of art, focusing on the political and social power of movement. Her works are contemporary rituals for temporary dismantling the ideological separations between modern and traditional, the human, the animal and the vegetal, nature and culture.
Her pieces have been presented in renown art institutions such as Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain, Paris, MUMOK Museum of Modern Art, TQW and ImpulsTanz Festival, in Vienna. DeSingel, Antwerpen, STUK Leuven, Buda Kortrik, Beurschowburg Brussels, Royal festival Hall London, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, Tanz NRW, Düsseldorf and HAU, Hebbel am Ufer in Berlin, NAVE and Festival Internacional Santiago a Mil in Chile.
Since 2008 she leads the gallery space specialized in expanded choreography and performance nadaLokal in Vienna which she founded together with the Swiss Visual Artist Daniel Zimmermann. Currently works on the realisation of the long-term project Endangered Human Movements dedicated to movements and cultural practices that have already vanished or are threatened with extinction.