Przemek Kamiński is a Polish-born, Berlin-based choreographer and performer.
His practice is based on an expanded approach to choreography and unfolds in different contexts, spatial and temporal dispositions, across various formats and media. In his works, he merges highly defined visualities with in-depth movement studies - as a vehicle to explore the poetics of the body in movement, its sensuality and vulnerability, queer intimacies, pleasures and desires.
He graduated from the HZT Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin at the Berlin University of the Arts. His recent choreographic works were presented, amongst others in: Art Stations Foundation in Poznań, HAU Hebbel am Ufer in Berlin, Kunsthalle Zurich, Museum of Art in Łódź, Nowy Teatr in Warsaw, Sophiensaele in Berlin, during PQ Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space or Tanztage Festival in Berlin.
He is currently a choreographer in residence at K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg. He was an artist in residence at the Workshop Foundation in Budapest, I.C.I./CCN in Montpellier or Visegrad Artist Residency Program in Budapest. He was a grant holder of Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Adam Mickiewicz Institute in Warsaw or Institute of Music and Dance in Warsaw as well as a scholarship holder of the Alternative Dance Academy at Art Stations Foundation in Poznań, Students Exchange Programme at School for New Dance Development (SNDO) in Amsterdam or Künstlerhaus Lukas in Ahrenshoop. Between 2018-19, he was supported by PAP Mentoring Programme.
Performed in the projects by Juan Dominguez Rojo, Isabelle Schad, Nicole Seiler, Jeremy Shaw and Julian Weber amongst others.