A woman wearing a baggy white t-shirt with short dark hair smiles at the camera with her hands on her hips. There is a dark background behind her

Eva is a London based dance artist exploring movement and text. Her choreographic work explores the role of performers as individuals, text as part of the choreographic fabric, and the politics of performance in terms of who acts under who’s command, under what premises, and for what? She regularly collaborates with sound artist Alberto Ruiz Soler.

Eva has been twice a Place Prize Finalist. Her work has appeared in Time Out’s Best of the Year and has presented at festivals across Europe. She has been commissioned work by Sadler’s Wells, The Place, DanceXchange, Festival Trayectos, Festival Santa Susanna. Eva has previously been a Work Place artist and is a Sadler’s Wells Summer University Artist graduate.

Eva has lectured in dance at LCDS, Trinity Laban, Conservatorio Superior de Danza Maria de Avila (Madrid), Birkbeck College, Candoco Foundation Course, and she regularly teaches workshops and classes combining her specialist skills on Choreological studies, Choreography, and her interest in text and sound, working across different groups of participants of different ages and experiences.

Her lastest works are Because I can, premiered at The Place 2022, Is This A Dance?, a work for children co-created with Lola Maury that will premiere in Autumn 2022 at The Place, and The Picnic, a Sadler’s Wells commission that will premiere in Autumn 2023.