© 2017 by Dalel Bacre 

BIO.

Dalel Bacre is an artist and choreographer from Mexico who uses body movements and interpretations through scenic performances to push the boundaries of contemporary art. She studied dance from an early age under renowned international dance teachers Dariusz Blajer (PL), Tulio de la Rosa (VE), Carmen Bojórquez (MX), and José Guadalupe Rodríguez (MX).

Her studies eventually graduated to taking master classes focused in theater and contemporary art. Dalel continues to advance her processes through the practice of Kung Fu. This last has been a noble tool that has helped her to understand and observe her body from another perspective, offering her different ways of thinking from the body and enriching her own body language.

 

Recognized for her extensive career in the performing arts, Dalel always challenges the aesthetics and traditional beauty of dance. Her physical lab, “Several Connections”, was developed to define her own body language of movement.

 

In 2013 she founded arteNÓMADA which is currently collaborating with filmmaker Christian Weber (US), Shantí Vera at Cuatro X Cuatro Art Company (MX), Amplio Espectro (MX), and others.

 

December 2015 Dalel was invited by the Cátedra Ingmar Bergman (MX) to collaborate with the Goethe-Institut and Kampnagel (DE) for a project created by art duo Gintersdorfer / Klaßen. Performances were held in 2017 during the dual art year between Germany and Mexico.

In October 2017 Dalel received the Pearls and the Artist Prize award at the Pool Internationales TanzFilmFestival Berlin for her performance in for a piece entitled Werewolf Heart, with the same film and in May 2017 she is awarded at the Video Dance Festival Agite y Sirva, November 2016 Dalel received an honorable mention for her performance and choreography from the Bucharest International Dance Film Festival.

 

Dalel has collaborated over the years with different dance and theater companies.

Dalel has made appearances in these international dance festivals as both a dancer and choreographer; Festival Internacional Cuatro x Cuatro 10 (MX), The Current Sessions: Vol. Vll On Resistance (NY), Kontexto Mexiko (Kampnagel, Hamburg), New Shoes 11 (HighWays, USA), International Festival Cuatro x Cuatro (MX), International Contemporary Dance Festival Onésimo González (MX), XX International Contemporary Dance Oc-Ohtic (MX), INBA-UAM Awards (MX), Award Guillermo Arriaga (MX), ODC Theater (US), Entre Fronteras International Dance Festival (MX), ODC Theater (US), Festival Internacional Lila Lóppez (MX), International Solo-Dance-Theatre Festival Stuttgart (DE), and others. 

 

For theater productions, workshops, and master classes she has collaborated with; Christian Weber (US), Gintersdofer & Klassen (DE), Victor Quijada (CA), Dorian Wood (US), Shantí Vera (MX), Diego y José Alvarez Sanou, (CR), Ultima Vez (BE), Akram Khan Company (UK), The Trisha Brown Company (US), Miguel Ángel Punzano (ES), Rob Hayden (BE), Dam Van Huynh (VN), Octavio Iturbe (ES), Tony Orrico (US), Uta Lampers (DE), Tamara Cubas (UY), Camilo Chapela (NL), Aladino R. Blanca (MX), Maruxa Salas & Erik Jimenez (ES), Pierre-Yves Diacon (CH), Norman Christianson (US), SanDiego DanceTheater (US), Kim Epifano (US), Antonio Salinas (MX), Benito González (MX), Jaciel Neri (MX), Rolando Beattie (MX), José Rivera Moya (MX), Claudia Lavista (MX), Sin Luna Danza Punk (MX), Amplio Espectro (MX), Alex Catona (RO), Jean Issac (US), Marco Antonio Silva (MX), and others.