Kaspar Aus*, born in 1985 in Estonia, graduated from Tallinn University with a master's degree in choreography-directing in 2009. In 2009-2010 he was resident artist in Ireland under Daghda Dance Company where he worked on choreography and visual arts. Then after, as freelancer, he has created several performances and exhibitions in Estonia and abroad.
In 2010, a video installation "Lost Space" was presented at International Visual Arts Biennale
EV + a "Matters" in Ireland. In the same year the solo choreographic work "Enigma" was performed at Daghdha Dance Company in Ireland and afterwards in various places in Estonia and Greece. In 2012, choreography "Blood" in collaboration with Irish painter Patrick Hall was performed at Vaal Gallery in Tallinn and also later on at various art galleries in Ireland such as Green on Red in Dublin, The Model in Sligo and The Dock in Carrick-on-Shannon. In the
period of 2013 to 2015 he was actively participating in collabotrative project ‘RICEonHYDRA’
(The Choreography of Humans) on Hydra island in Greece. In 2014 he created choreography
“A New Man” which was performed together with musician Juhan Vihterpal during Raul Meel's retrospective exhibition "Dialogues with Infinity" at KUMU. His solo exhibitions in Estonia are "Lost and Holy" (2011) in the basement of Draakon gallery in Tallinn, "Onn" (2014) in
the basement of Design and Architecture gallery in Tallinn and "Choreography to Amandus" (2016) at Amandus Adamson’s Atelier Museum in Paldiski. In 2017, in collaboration with blacksmith artist Nils Hint he created an installation-choreography "SULA" which was performed at the train depot in Tallinn by six Estonian young artists. The most recent solo choreography "Solo from zero to zero" was performed in 2018-2019 at Estonian Writers House in Tallinn. He is the member of interdisciplinary art group LAIK and sound-dance collective Adhesion.
*dancer, performer, choreographer, visual artist
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