Endlessly curious and enthusiastic about the movement in relation to the mind, body and soul. My artistic practice is based on revisiting, recreating, deconstructing, questioning, and transforming dance. Each creation emerges integrating singing, voice, noise, sound and video. I've been preoccupied with unfolding racism, colorism, decolonial practices, heritage, healing, climate change, technology and intersectionality. Playing with shifting perspectives and combining opposite ideas that converge to a vision of a either tragic or glorious future.
Tatiana Mejía is a Dominican choreographer and performer based in Berlin.
Born and founded in the Dominican Republic, started her dance studies in The National Dance School in Santo Domingo. There she developed and presented several works with her company Desdoblados. Later, became a founder member of the National Contemporary Dance Company. Since 2011 she has lived in Berlin, performing at the Sophiensaele, Dock 11, HAU, Schaubühne, Maxim Gorki Theater, Tanzhaus NRW, Berghain, K3 Center for Choreography Hamburg, Theaterhaus Stuttgart... In 2021, she premiered the dance film "Kiskeya," supported by the Senate Berlin Department of Culture and Europe and Fonds Darstellende Künste.
Mejía was artist-in-residence for American Dance Festival (USA), Bates Dance Festival (USA) and the Fund for the Ibero-American Performing Arts Iberescena at Ponderosa, Germany. She has recently been supported by the Distanz-Solo fund and a #takeheart Residency with Hamburg Kampnagel. She collaborates with artists like Zwoisy Mears-Clarke, Kareth Schaffer, Olivia Hyunsin Kim, Jeremy Shaw, Martha Hincapié, Jasmin Irhac, Sergiu Matis, Ashley Fure, and Magda Korsinsky.