"The frequencies that make me" is a project that aims to find points of contact between dance and performance to generate a space in between, where the body plays with time, explores the sound as a surface of possible becoming, and mixes with matter to germinate bodies in full transition. It is not about building a new body, but rather generating fleeting and less definable bodies to reclaim a world of horizontal relationships between humans and non-humans.
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The frequencies I am made of, Set 2017
María José Arjona (b.1973 in Santa Fe de Bogotá, Colombia) lives and works in Miami.
She was trained as a contemporary dancer before turning to performance art.
She received her Master's degree in visual arts from the Superior Academy of Art in Bogotá. She also has been the artist-in-residence at the Watermill Center for Robert Wilson in New York.
Her recent performance exhibitions were included at the South Florida Art Center in Miami, the Miami Light Project, the Ballroom Marfa in Texas, and the Damien-B Contemporary Art Center in Miami. She also exhibited video performances at the Galleri Se in Bergen, Norway, and at the Museo de Barrio in New York.