Eulalia Ayguade
Rasmus Ölme
Thierry Baë
Douglas Becker
Anne-Marie Blink
Benjamin Boar
Tobiah Booth-Remmers
Dominique Duszynski
Ernesto Edivaldo
Leif Firnhaber
Ori Flomin
Jozef Frucek
Cassiel Gaube
Renate Graziadei
Lance Gries
Julyen Hamilton
Saju Hari
Robert Hayden
Milan Herich
David Hernandez
Roxane Huilmand
Peter Jasko
Hun - Mok Jung
Linda Kapetanea
Matej Kejzar
Martin Kilvady
Kurt Koegel
Anton Lachky
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Tijen Lawton
Susanne Linke
Renan Martins de Oliveira
Cruz Isael Mata
Piergiorgio Milano
Marielle Morales
Thi-Mai Nguyen
Claire O'Neil
Janet Panetta
Chrysa Parkinson
Shi Pratt
Sten Rudstrom
Arthur Stäldi
Rakesh Sukesh
Milan Tomášik
Armand van den Hamer
Céline van der Haegen
Shosha van Kranendonk
Alexander Vantournhout
Sun Xiao Jun

Linda Kapetanea

Graduated from the Greek State School of Dance in Athens. With a scholarship from the Greek State Scholarship Foundation, she later studied at the Merce Cunningham Studio, Movement Research
and Dance Space, New York. After she co-operated with several companies in Greece and abroad. In 2002, she was awarded by a Greek Ministry of Culture as “the best performer” of the season 02/03. Between 2002- 2005 she performed with Flemish Ultima Vez Company/Wim Vandekeybus (Blush, Blush Movie, Sonic Boom, Puur, Here After Movie). In 2006 she and Jozef Frucek formed RootlessRoot as a vehicle for their own productions, research and teaching. Together with Frucek, Linda is developing the research program of Fighting Μonkey - an applied methodology of martial arts in the education of dancers, actors and movement practitioners. They regularly give workshops at international festivals and in vocational schools. From 2006 - 2012 Linda was on the teaching faculty at the Athens State School for Dance.

Fighting Monkey practice offers a variety of ‘movement situations’, designed to test and advance your tactical situational awareness. We will be using diverse objects and tools to engage in dynamic experimentation, in order to study our responses to complex environmental stimuli. We will examine the architecture and landscape of our physiology taking into account various aspects of evolutionary pressures.
We believe that by encouraging strategy development and improvisation we challenge our limits using difficulty and danger to develop strength, adaptability and softness. For that reason we will invest time in exploring creative tasks that lead to neurologically efficient solutions that demand minimal energy. Thus, establishing the most essential principles that give birth, nourish and restore forgotten movement patterns and mobility; accessing a powerful potential of simple human motion.