BIOGRAPHY

Karina Suárez Bosche (1984), Mexican-German artist  based in Berlin since 2012. She works as a choreographer, performer, improviser and teacher. Co-founder and artistic director of P_A_R_A_R/Immersive Performance Art together with Andrea Krohn (choreographer-performer) and Cheng-Ting Chen (space-light designer). PARAR focus lies on creating a deep and confrontational contact between the people. Therefor in the performative-theater space she develops several times new configurations and formats of the public situation in order to allow the viewers to find different ways of perception achieving an immersive experience. Karina is interested in art as a living and sensitising human process, where self and other awareness are essential to the creation of artworks that encourage consciousness in society. In her academic career she completed her master’s degree in choreography at the Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum Tanz, Berlin (2012-2014) and her training as a contemporary dancer at the University of Michoacan, Mexico (2002-2006).

Karina’s work has been getting recognition in the Choreography field, as well as a dancer winning awards such as: 1st place in the 2nd and 4th Contest of Contemporary Dance Choreography in Morelia, Mexico for her pieces “La flor en que se posan los insectos” (2005) and “3 Minutos” (2007). Her solo work “desierto de sillas” (2010) funded by the Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (National Culture and Arts Foundation) was in tour in several festivals and platforms of contemporary art in Mexico as well as Norway, China, Taiwan and Germany.