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Oonagh Duckworth, Belgium
British born, brought up in London, Oonagh has spent her adult life living in Paris and Brussels where she is still based. She has been a freelance dancer, cultural journalist and producer/programmer since the eighties. As a producer/programmer she has worked with many independent dance companies as well as established institutions such as The Pompidou Centre in Paris, The Place Theatre in London and Les Brigittines in Brussels. She currently manages different arts projects from her own organisation, The Tinderbox, including the precursor of collective dance initiatives, the Bal Moderne. She is also co-curator of a twice-yearly festival of art in public space, ‘RECOmmerce’. As a journalist, she has contributed to The Guardian, Elle Magazine, The Evening Standard, City Limits and Time Out as well as the Belgian, English language publications Agenda, The Bulletin and Flanders Today. She is a frequent editor of English texts written by Belgian dance organisations (Rosas/PARTS) and edited the final version of Jeroen Peeters’ book on Meg Stuart ‘Are we here yet?’