Martín Piliponsky

Martin Piliponsky graduated in architecture in 2004 by the National University of Architecture and Planning, Tucumán, Argentina.  He worked professionally as an Architect in Argentina and Spain from 2004 – 2009. In 2008 he began to pursue his dream and love for dance.  He has study various techniques such as Flying low and Passing Through Techniques, Release Technique, improvisation, Klein Technique, Simonson Technique, Contemporary Partnering, Performance, Ballet, Contact, Improvisation and more. In South America, Central America, the U.S. and mostly in Europe, with teachers such as David Zambrano, Benoit Lachambre, Janet Pannet; Iñaki Azpillaga, Jeremy Nelson, Thomas Hauert, Martin Sonderkamp, Angels Margarit, Malvacias Luis Lara, David Hernandez , Sebastian Prantl, Jennifer Muller, Laurie Devito, Darrel Jones, Lipi Hernandez, Peter Jasko, Gustavo Lesgart, Ted Stoffer, Keith Hennessy, Alexis Eupierre; Diana Mac.Carthy, Sebastián García Ferro, Franchesco Scavetta, among others.  In the beginning of 2010 he was chosen to be part of the International Workshop only 50 days of flying low and passing-through in Costa Rica by the master and creator of the techniques, DAVID ZAMBRANO.  He is now a part of the 50collectiVe created to continue performing and teaching Flying Low and Passing Through around the world.  In Spain it is regular folk dance teacher in various institutions in Barcelona, gives courses and workshops in contemporary dance and improvisation.  He has received a full scholarship (September 2009) for studies on the TANZ ATELIER WIEN and participate in the International ChoreoLab Austria (ICLA), Choreographic Laboratory at the Danube University Krems, Austria.  Fellowships from the boiler, Barcelona, Spain (August 2009) to study processes and represent themselves as “Postfabric under construction” and “Factory 1st meeting” with the participation of dancers from Austria, Spain and Germany under the Caldera Obert.  In 2010 he was awarded DanceWEB Scholarship Program, a program consisting of study and residence of five weeks under the Impulstanz Festival in Vienna.