Wednesday June 26 at 17:00 - 19:00


by Warehouse9

BAD DANCING is an open group ecstatic dance session that encourages participants to lean all the way into cringe.

In an exploration of embarrassment as process, CopenhAustin/Unlisted Projects artist-in-residence Andie Flores leads BAD DANCING, two hours of dancing for cringe, dancing for social disaster, dancing for sweet clown freedom, all set to a diverse music selection. Join us as we dance alone together in an open space. All welcome, no experience required.

How to attend: Free with RSVP


Language: English.

Sessions: Feel free to come to all or just one session. Attendance both days is not a necessity, but we of course hope you can.

Who can participate: All are welcome! (Some music selections may not be suitable for children.) Participants should bring an open mind and at least semi-energetic spirit.

Range og movement: Suitable to everyone. Range of physical movement and intensity 100% up to each attendee. You know your body best. Taking breaks encouraged. Comfy clothes and footwear suggested. Water and light snacks provided.

Accessibility details of space: Warehouse9’s workspace has level free entrance to the space and an accessible toilet that can be accessed via a stairlift.
All events at Warehouse9 are considered “relaxed”. We operate with a safer space policy and ask that you orientate yourself with it upon entry to the space.


ANDIE FLORES (b. 1990) (she/her) is a performance artist based in Austin, Texas, who uses embarrassment as a medium for investigating hyper, almost obsessive, visibility in a racialized body across barriers of border, history, and capital. Her practice works to unsettle categorical, site-specific expectations of genres of performance (femininity, Latinidad, drag, citizenry) and aims to recontextualize the mechanisms required to do the work of the absurd. Flores creates experimental live performances that pair identity and comedic culture moments with over-exaggerated, often grotesque shapes and sounds. She is fascinated by the urgent task of world-building at the edge of the limits of art-making.


Rosenlunds Allé 5, Baghuset
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