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Hana Lee Erdman is an American choreographer and dancer who lives and works in Stockholm and Berlin. She moved to Europe in 2007 and has since worked freely between the genres of dance, music and visual art.


Her work is oriented towards notions of companionship from where she explores connections between dance, energy patterns and consciousness, as well as our relationship to environment, and more than human creatures. Her work is presented in a variety of contexts and formats; in galleries, forests, churches, on stages and in publications and recordings. 


Recent works include Companion (2022), Forests, Fields and Pastures (2021), and The Weather in the Room (2021). She studied Art History at UCLA and has a Masters Diploma in Dance and Authorship from HZT, Universität der Künste Berlin. 


As a performer Hana has worked across Europe with artists including Cristina Caprioli, Mårten Spångberg, Keith Hennessy, Isabelle Schad, Sara Shelton Mann, Tilman O’Donnell, Jess Curtiss, Jassem Hindi, Nina Kurtela, Marta Popivoda, Ulrika Berg and Marysia Stokloska.


Hana has a long-term artistic collaboration with Louise Dahl, with whom she has made several productions.

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