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Bar Altshuler
Eulalia Ayguade
Rasmus Ölme
Thierry Baë
Douglas Becker
Anne-Marie Blink
Benjamin Boar
Tobiah Booth-Remmers
Dominique Duszynski
Ernesto Edivaldo
Leif Firnhaber
Ori Flomin
Jozef Frucek
Cassiel Gaube
Renate Graziadei
Lance Gries
DCJ Group
Julyen Hamilton
Saju Hari
Robert Hayden
Milan Herich
David Hernandez
Roxane Huilmand
Peter Jasko
Hun - Mok Jung
Linda Kapetanea
Matej Kejzar
Martin Kilvady
Kurt Koegel
Anton Lachky
Tijen Lawton
Susanne Linke
Renan Martins de Oliveira
Cruz Isael Mata
Piergiorgio Milano
Marielle Morales
Thi-Mai Nguyen
Claire O'Neil
Janet Panetta
Chrysa Parkinson
Shi Pratt
Sten Rudstrom
Arthur Stäldi
Rakesh Sukesh
Milan Tomášik
Armand van den Hamer
Shosha van Kranendonk
Alexander Vantournhout
Sun Xiao Jun
David Zambrano


David Hernandez

Born in Miami, David Hernandez studied studio music, jazz and opera at the University of Miami and dance at the New World School of the Arts. He apprenticed with Trisha Brown before coming to Belgium to join Meg Stuart as member of Damaged Goods in 1993. In his own work, he created solos and group work (such as Love Letter, 2000, and Blueprint, 2002). He collaborated with Alexander Baervoets on the Mapping of Canada, 2000, and Schouet Doch, 2001 and worked as a dancer with choreographers such as Brice Leroux, Olga de Soto among others. As an improviser he worked with Steve Paxton, Katie Duck and Vera Mantero. He has created various installations as well as performances, multi media and improvisation events such as Crash Landing, (in collaboration with Meg Stuart and Christine de Smet), and Filter, on invitation from Cregie Horsefiled & Palais des Beaux Arts (2001). Recently he has been collaborating on projects with Rebecca Murgi, LaborGras, Anouk van Dijk Company and Anna Teresa de Keersmaeker.
He has been extensively teaching technique and various workshops in composition and improvisation to companies, organizations and has been a regular professor at P.A.R.T.S. for the last 10 years. He has lead improvisations for festivals such as Klapstuk, Springdance and Sum of the Parts