Agnė Auželytė (1991) is a Lithuanian-born dance-maker and interdisciplinary performing artist, based between Amsterdam and Berlin, who currently studies choreography at SNDO (School for New Dance Development). Their choreographic curiosity moves through engaging with memory, documentation and the archive, speculative realities and mythologies, time travel, artificial intelligence, and queer feminist theory. Agnė continues to examine how the contextual difference between Western and Eastern Europe affects ways of relating to the discourse of decoloniality and whiteness. They are interested in collaborative strategies and temporary communities that can occur in the space between fiction and realness, magic and science, shared beliefs, and social frictions. Agnė is a member of the experimental sound projects Otolitos, VROUW!, and Dragons/Doyle.
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