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Amanda Piña

Amanda Piña’s work is concerned with the decolonisation of art, focusing on the political and social power of movement. Since 2014, she has been developing her long-term project “Endangered Human Movements”, focusing on traditional dances and human movement practices which have existing for centuries but are today in danger of disappearing. As part of this project, she has developed a series of performances, installations, workshops, lectures, films and publications.


Border / Procession - A Ritual of Water 
Frontera / Border - A Living Monument
Danza y Frontera
Climatic Dances
The School of Jaguar
The Jaguar and the Snake
The Forest of Mirrors
Dance and Resistance
Four remarks on dance history
WAR ( A War Dance)