Annette van Zwoll, Netherlands/Germany

Annette van Zwoll believes that art makes you understand the world, and your position in it, better. In her role as independent dance dramaturge, programmer and project developer, she commits to projects that offer alternatives to the status quo. She is co-initiator and curator of What You See Festival (NL), which questions unwritten norms around gender and identity, and artistic associate of Bitter Sweet Dance, which stretches conventions about what is ‘normal' through multi-disciplinary dance projects. She is connected to different organisations and choreographers in the Netherlands, Berlin and the rest of Europe.

Media by Annette van Zwoll
Read Icon An airy studio space. In the background, a black-clad woman in very high heeled boots faces away, one arms extended towards the windows behind. In the foreground, a bald-headed man, torso only visible in the photo, leans backwards


Nitsan Margaliot: Foresigns

Read Icon Local performers from Berlin in Oona Doherty’s Hard to be Soft


Oona Doherty: Hard to be Soft – A Belfast Prayer

Read Icon All Eyes On… by Teresa Vittucci. Photo © Nelly Rodriguez


Queer Darlings 2019, Sophiensaele Berlin

Read Icon Photo of Jefta van Dinther’s The Quiet


Jefta van Dinther: The Quiet

Read Icon Grupo de Rua in Bruno Beltrão’s Inoah


Tanz im August talkabout #1: Inoah (Bruno Beltrão) and R. OSA (Silvia Gribaudi)

Read Icon Photo of Nora Chipaumire: Portrait of Myself as My Father


Tanz im August talkabout #2: portrait of myself as my father (Nora Chipaumire), The Waves (Noé Soulier)

Read Icon Miet Warlop’s Fruits of Labor at Potsdamer Tanztage 2018


Potsdamer Tanztage
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