Sabine Trautwein studied German literature, art history and political science in Trier and at the Freie Universität Berlin. She freelanced as a research assistant and event organiser in the field “information society/ new technologies” for the Lucent-Alcatel-Stiftung, the Berlin Stiftungsverbundkolleg (1989-2004) and various conferences on smartcard technology (1994-1998). Since 1996 she has been working in the administration and organisation of numerous projects in the area of culture and cultural education; since 1998 as the project director of ESF-supported projects. Since 2006 Sabine Trautwein has been responsible for the administration of the Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin, since June 2013 she is the administration manager of the Centre.
Aymeric Mosselmans was born in Lesquin , France. At the age of 12 he started dancing at the National Ballet School of Marseille under the direction of Roland Petit and continued his dance education at the l’École Supérieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower. After his graduation he joined the JUNIOR BALLET CANNES followed by BALLET NATIONAL DE NANCY ( Pierre Lacotte ) ,CITY BALLET OF LONDON ( Harold King) , BALLETT DER DEUTSCHEN OPER AM RHEIN DÜSSELDORF ( Youri Vamos ). In the year 2004 Vladimir Malakhov took him to the ensemble of the STAATSBALLETT BERLIN where he is still dancing under the direction of Nacho Duato as a character soloist. His repertory includes choreographies of :
Pierre Lacotte , Roland Petit , Hans van Manen , Robert North , Youri Vamos , Uwe Scholz , John Neumeier , Jiri Kylian , Angelin Preljocaj , Vladimir Malakhov , Maurice Béjart , Patrice Bart , Alexei Ratmansky , Jerome Robbins , George Balanchine , Frederick Ashton , John Cranko , Kenneth Mcmillan , Mauro Bigonzetti , Giorgio Madia , Nacho Duato and many others .
Since 2017 Aymeric teaches frequently at the Opernballett der Deutschen Oper and the Staatsballett Berlin.
Dana Yahalomi is the sole director since 2011 of Public Movement which has been founded in 2006 by her and Omer Krieger. Public Movement is a performative research body which investigates and stages political actions in public spaces. It studies and creates public choreographies, forms of social order, overt and covert rituals. In 2017 Public Movement performed Rescue in the European Capital of Culture, Aarhus. In 2016 Public Movement presented Debriefing Session II and Choreographies of Power in the Guggenheim Museum, New York. In 2015 the group’s solo exhibition, National Collection, took place at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, and in the same year the book Solution 263: Double Agent was published by Sternberg Press. Public Movement was shortlisted for the Future Generation Art Prize at the Pinchuk Art Center, Kiev, where it performed Cross Section (2014). Together with Baltic Circle Festival and Checkpoint Helsinki, they created the large-scale project Make Arts Policy! in Helsinki (2014). The group performed in the Asian Art Biennial, Taipei; Steirischer Herbst Festival, Graz, and Berlin Biennial; New Museum Triennial, New York; Performa, New York. Public Movement has exhibited at Gothenburg Biennial, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; Zacheta National Gallery, Warsaw; the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon; and the Theater Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin.