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Androniki Marathaki, with the support of the Greek Scholarship Foundation she started her artistic research in choreography and improvisation in dance in C.S.S.D. under the name “modulated choreographies”.

Since then, by maintaining elasticity to what dance might be and by expanding the boundaries of dance education and choreographing, she is interested in the various ways humans perceive movement and in that way constructing cultural forms and social relations in different environments. 

By adopting “practice” as her main choreographing method, she facilitates conditions from which ‘awareness’ can be cultivated for anyone that participates in a dance event. In her work, from a dance performance to a workshop, the different processes of experiencing (choreographing, performing, observing) are intewaved in order to release compositional as well as defamiliarization processes of movement that are also related in everyday life  and do develop capacities in world-making and self-creation.

Engaged on a regular basis in somatic practices as well as in eastern practices, she elaborates her dance practice and shares it in workshops and improvisation dance classes for multicellular groups of people as well as for people with a lot of bodily experience.

She was a dance instructor in the educational program of Onassis Foundation “Dancing to Connect”, as well as an invited artist for the programm “Zoom In” (artist-craftsman collaboration program) and she is guiding movement classes for professional actors.

Part of her research presented in TWIXTlab: art, anthropology & the everyday in collaboration to Duncan Dance Centre. Her lecture is integrated in a digital archive for dance artistic research in Greece ( and is under the jurisdiction of Research Center for Humanitarian Sciences and  TWIXTlab.


Till now, she has presented her research in flows of movement, spacescapes and relationscapes in two thematics: "Love & Revolution"  and  “it's not about if you will love me tomorrow". The last one involves the project “holy purple” , a project that consists of a dance performance, an installation, a digital performance and a workshop and is inspired by the nature of a dancer and her/his processes for taking the “next step”.

The last two years, under the title "Let's be comfortable in our onw skin" she evolves a dance improvisational practice that triggers the relation of sensorial stimuluses and movement. Through a decire to keep on moving without pain and by maintaining the pleasure of dancing, this dance practice informs her new thematic about the triangle "pain-movement-pleasure".

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