Agora´s Platform for Body-Based practices

What is MOVE?

MOVE is a platform dedicated to the study, practice and production of dance and performance art in Berlin and explores the intersection of body-based practice with other artistic disciplines present in the Agora Collective facilities.

It intends to fulfill the demand of a dance house in the district of Neukölln, offering the neighbourhood and its dance community a place to research, exercise and create body-related and choreographic practices.

Agora MOVE has worked with:

Alice Chauchat, Siegmar Zacharias, Zinzi Buchanan,
Winnie Ho, Julian Weber, Hermann Heisig Jeremy Wade,
Antonio Onio, Braulio Bandeira, Ariel Efraim Ashbel,
Dominique Rosales, Diego Agulló, Litó Walkey,
Britta Wirthmüller, Maque Pereyra Doria Medina,
Jassem Hindi, Eoghan Ryan, Gregori Homa, Ser-gina,
Ivo Dimchev, Isabel Lewis, Melanie Jame Wolf, Matan Zamir,
Yaron, Kat Valastur, Jeanine Iten and Colin Self
and has an established partnership with HZT Berlin.

Agora MOVE is a platform curated by Sheena McGrandles
Contact for Collaborations & Cooperations:

Agora MOVE Productions 2018:


LAVA: collective transformative practices 18.06 – 14.07.2018
Curated by Sheena McGrandles and MOVE artist-in-focus Eroca Nicols.
LAVA Programme

Ivo Dimchev LIVE at Agora Collective
27.02-18 : Ivo Dimchev LIVE at Agora Collective



In 2018 Agora obtained the Bestandsoptimierungsprogramm (BOP) Funding from Berlin Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa. Thanks to the municipal support, between Summer 2018 and Winter 2019 Agora MOVE devoted its 180m2 room as a production space for body-based and live arts in Berlin. During this period, Agora MOVE hosted a newly formed collective of 19 Berlin-based artists working in the field of dance, performance and choreography: TPNK (TANZPREKARIAT NEUKÖLLN). Access their profile on social media here