Own Work



Premiere 31.03.22


Photography: Tanja Hall 

"Algorithmic Bodies" is a hybrid multimedia dance performance in close collaboration with a creative coder and is situated at the intersection of virtual and analog worlds using augmented reality technologies. It explores the fusion of bodies with technology into everyday life and invites the viewer to engage with their relationship to technology. Addressing questions such as: To what extent are we already entrenched in this technological spectrum and what traces are left by our daily interactions with digital technologies and social media?

That lil White Dress

Movement research focused on the spectrum of queer bodies in dance. Seeking to deconstruct cannons of gender and hegemonial manliness within movent structures. Bringing awareness to preset sociedical notions of being and seeking to tear it down.

This work was made possible by the program "Kultur Hält Zsammen" 

by the Hamburgische Kulturstiftung & the Dorit and Alexander Otto Stiftung.


Premiere 18./19.09.2020 - LICHTHOF Theater

„Grind Me“ is a multimedia solo dance performance centered on the digital “hyper-sexualized” body. The piece explores how this state affects movement, and the consequent emotional impact on the body through the exchange of amateur pornographic imagery.

Concept, Artistic Direction & Performance: Marcelo Doño | Videography: Larissa Potapov | Music: MICHAELBRAILEY | Coach: Fernanda Ortíz | Mentoring: David Bloom | Costume Design: Zoé Leduey | Lighting Design: Sönke Christian Herm

Funded by:  Behörde für Kultur & Medien Hamburg, Hamburgische Kulturstiftung, Between Bridges Foundation & Rudolf Augstein Stiftung.

Photography: Tanja Hall 



Short dance investigation upon the "urges" social media usage generates in our minds and how this affects our behavioural patterns.

Urban Impro 


Short dance improvisation.