Eva Meyer-Keller


Eva Meyer-Keller (Germany/Sweden) works at the interface of the performing and the visual arts. Before finishing the four-year program in dance and choreography at the School for New Dance Development (SNDO) in Amsterdam, she studied photography and the visual arts in Berlin (University of the Arts) and London (Central Saint Martins, Kings College). She presents her performances internationally at theatres, festivals, galleries, museums, and site-specific situations. Recently Eva Meyer-Keller has increasingly moved into developing video works. Furthermore, she works on productions with other artists or groups and appears on stage for numerous choreographers. She has participated, for instance, in projects by Baktruppen, Jérôme Bel and Christine De Smedt/les Ballets C de la B. In addition, she has collaborated with Kay Grothusen, Uta Eisenreich and Kate McIntosh.