Air Condition


Brenda Angiel Aerial Dance Company

Director-Choreographer: Brenda Angiel


19th Oct. 2018, 18:30/21:30

20th Oct. 2018, 18:30/21:30

21st Oct. 2018, 18:30/21:30

WHERE: Exhibition Hall 3

Duration: 65 minutes (without intermission)

No lines, without subtitles


Airdance is a joy for the eye.

— Marja Landeweer, The Hauge

Welcome to the sexy, exhilarating, gravity-defying world of Brenda Angiel Aerial Dance Company. …The movements are so smooth and controlled, the dancers seem more like they are underwater…

— Natasha Gauthier, The Ottawa Citizen

She is the most choreographically inventive aerial dancer I have encountered. ...In a tango the results are spectacular: sensuous and breathtaking. …A truly festive experience...

— John Rockwell, New York Times

About Air Condition

For those of us who think of aerial dance in terms of circus, this show combines the energy and excitement of flying with the beauty and skill of modern dance. The creative idea deepens around the use and application of technology in aerial dance, creating new space and gravity illusions.

Brenda Angiel re-invents the tango and contemporary dance to achingly cool live soundtrack written specially for the show. The dancers break the boundaries, dancing against the walls, on the floor, and floating through the air, creating a kaleidoscope of movement and animation.

About Brenda Angiel

Brenda Angiel is Argentinian, born in Buenos Aires.

Her first works were seen in New York, at the Dance Theater Workshop, as part of the program "Fresh Tracks" (December 1990) and at The Kitchen (1991). In 1994 her search for new choreographic languages geared her toward the creation of movement of a new nature: Aerial Dance. Brenda has been called on on two occasions: by the Municipal Company of dances of Caxias do Sul (Brazil) for two of her works, and by the Ballet IUNA (National University Institute of Art). The American Dance Festival invited her as an international choreographer in 1997, 1998, and 2002, to create a masterwork. Part of her international career has also highlighted her choreographic creation for the Wired Aerial Theater in the city of Liverpool, England in 2008. Brenda founded the First Aerial Dance School in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where classes are taught for children, teenagers and adults. She is currently the Artistic Director of Ciudanza Festival of Dance in the Urban Landscape of Buenos Aires.


Director-Choreographer: Brenda Angiel

Dancers: Lucas Martin Flores, Carla Bugiolacchi, Carolina Tironi, Matias Viera Falero,

Giselle Andrea Pezoa Iturra, Maximiliano Javier Navarro, Liza Rule Larrea

Musicians: Pedro Manuel Kiszkurno, Juan Joaquin Apesteguia, Juan Pablo Arcangeli,

Martin Humberto Ghersa

Sound technician: Daniel Fabio Silva

Tech manager: Rodolfo Hernan Aguirre

Rigger: Rodolfo Hernan Aguirre, Francisco Buzzo, Sofia Aracelly Dominguez Chavez,

Lucas Podesta

Lighting designer: Anibal Corrado

Video artist: Ignacio Raul Dimattia

Manager: Alejandro Daniel Becker

General assistant: Ana Becker

About Brenda Angiel Aerial Dance Company 

The Artistic Director and choreographer Brenda Angiel created her Aerial Dance Company in 1994. The company has performed in countless festivals and on the programs of the most important theaters around the world, being recognized and acclaimed internationally. 

Some of the company’s performances: American Dance Festival, 1999, 2005, 2010, 2013; Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. 2000; Spoleto Festival, USA, 2000; International Arts and Ideas Festival, New Haven, USA, 2001; Metropolitan Theater, Mexico City, 2002; Exit Festival, Italy, 2002; Lugar a Danza Festival, Portugal, 2003; Teleton Theater in Santiago de Chile, 2004. In the cities of Dallas, Boulder, Fayetteville, (Arkansas); Atlanta, Omaha and Overland Park, Scottsdale; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Missouri, Oregon and Puerto Rico in the USA; Harbourfront Center, Toronto, Canada 2005; National Art Center, Canada 2005; Holland Dance Festival, 2005; Festspielhaus St. Pölten, Austria 2005; Lucent Dans Theater, Holland 2008; Castro Alves Theatre, Brazil 2008; Iberoamerican Theater Festival of Bogota, 2010, 2014; 42nd New Victory Theater, New York 2012; Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami, 2013; Next Wave Festival (Brooklyn Academy of Music) Doug Varone /Brenda Angiel, Bilingüa, 2013; Sibfest, Sibiu International Theatre Festival, Romania 2015, 2017; Festival de La Mercé in Barcelona, Spain, 2015; Context contemporary dance Festival in Moscow, Russia, 2015.