Victor Hernandez

Within Victor’s artistic training, he has conducted studies in various disciplines and techniques such as Flying Low, Passing Through, Release, Contact, Improvisation, Body Work, Performance Research, Re-context, Contemporary Partnering, Acrobatics, Jazz, Ballroom Dancing and Acting ; conducting such studies in Mexico, Canada, Belgium, Austria and Costa Rica. He is the only Mexican in the group 50 days, that as a result of working 50 days by 49 dancers from 30 different countries under the direction and selection of David Zambrano in the international event 50 days of Flying Low & Passing Through held in San José, Costa Rica in 2010.  He has worked with choreographers and directors such as David Zambrano (Netherlands-Venezuela), Andrew Harwood (Canada), Peter Bingham (EDAM Dance – Vancouver), Edgar Zendejas (Les Ballet Jazz du Montreal), Key Anderson (Alwin Nikolais Dance Company of New York), Gerardo Delgado (Mexico), Adam Parson (USA) and Ema Pulido (Mexico) among others.
He has also presented individual and group improvisations in Guadalajara, Mexico City, Vancouver, Canada, Brussels, Belgium and San Jose, Costa Rica.  In 2006, Victor began his KaizenDanza Company, and in recent years has also contributed in other companies and groups within those eFeL Danse Company (Fabienne Lacheré), Contemporary Baroque (Erasmo Estrada) and Chicken Democracy (Ireri Mugica). His choreographic work has been presented in Mexico, Amsterdam and Berlin where he received wide acceptance by dance critics and their work is described as the director Powerful BrotfabrikBühne Theatre.
Victor has focused on exploring new opportunities through a variety of dance movement proposals, being persistent in their proposals seek to obtain the maximum possible physical risk and extend the dancers dance to alternative spaces with a focus on improvisation and research motion.