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Jasmin İhraç grew up in Cologne. She lives and works in Berlin.

After having received her degree in Sociology (Diplom, Freie Universität Berlin), she studied Contemporary Dance, Context and Choreography at Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum Tanz (HZT) in Berlin (a.o. in projects of Boris Charmatz, Anne Collod, Rosalind Crisp und Eva Karczag).

Her solo Trois Voies on reconstruction and authorship, was presented at 2. Biennale Tanzausbildung in Essen and at Roter Salon/Volksbühne Berlin (Überstürztes Denken by Marcus Steinweg). With the performance collective fanni fraktal she participated in the programme Tanzrecherche NRW at Brotfabrik Bonn. She performed in Anarchiv #3 Songs of Love and War by deufert+plischke (a.o. BIT Teatergarasjen Bergen, Kampnagel Hamburg, Tanzquartier Wien). Since the project Autour de la Table she is in close dialogue with Çatı Dans Istanbul.

The solo iz-le premiered in March 2013 in Bethanien/Berlin (further venues: Çatı Dans Istanbul, Tanzfabrik Berlin, Yerevan Armenia, IKSV Istanbul, Alexandrinski Theater St.Petersburg, Polychoros KET Athens, Gorki Studio R Berlin). The production Mj'a sin-Verflechtungen, a cooperation with visual artist Silvina Der-Meguerditchian, premiered in December 2013 and is part of repertoire at Ballhaus Naunynstraße/Berlin. May 2014: presentation of the new solo On Speeches at Palais de Tokyo/Paris in the frame of Flamme Éternelle (Thomas Hirschhorn).

Besides her choreographic and dance engagements, Jasmin worked from 2012-2014 as a research assistant in the DFG-funded project Media and constitutive systems: Archiving performance-based art (HMT Leipzig/HZT Berlin).

She danced in (Collective Jumps by Isabelle Schad (Hau 2, Berlin, Premiere: November 2014), worked with Alexandra Pirici (Fluids, Signals Aggregate) and in different collaborations in Germany, France and Turkey (residencies since 2014 a.o. at La Zouze - Cie Christophe Haleb in Marseille). Her collaboration with Lynda Rahal and Katerina Andreou on the project Objects of Contagion, had the support of Life Long Burning (Wild Cards residency 2015, CCN Montpellier). The choreographic work On Confluence, premiered in December 2016 at HAU3, Hebbel Theater Berlin; the solo dance piece Sahman-Grenze-Kuş was shown in November 2017 in gallery Kunst & Denker Dusseldorf, KET Athen, La Zouze Marseille, Goethe Institut Ankara.

In 2018 she received an Artist-in-Residence scholarship for Istanbul by Kunststiftung NRW (Mai-August 2018) and Tarabya Cultural Academy (September-December 2018).

Photo: Harald Hoffmann