Zosia Jo is a dance artist, writer and maker. Her work is rooted in a desire for connectivity and communication through movement, improvisation and performance. Alongside her extensive facilitation work with various communities, Zosia’s choreographic practice focuses on feminist themes, use of voice and spoken word, connecting to communities and challenging traditional theatrical hierarchies. She is based in Wales and has made both solo and group work there since 2009 as well as in London, Glasgow and Cairo, Egypt. Originally trained at Northern School of Contemporary Dance, in 2018 Zosia completed MA Creative Practice, Dance Professional Practice at Trinity Laban/Independent Dance. She now lives in Cardiff and is a guest lecturer at University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Artistic Director of Joon Dance and Programming Coordinator at Groundwork.

 

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