Amparo González Sola

© Sebastian Arpesella
© Sebastian Arpesella


Amparo Gonzalez Sola was born in Mendoza, Argentina, in 1984. She currently lives between Buenos Aires, Amsterdam, and Paris. Amparo is a choreographer, dancer, researcher and teacher. In her work, proprioception, and politics; philosophy, decolonial feminism and studies of fascia are intertwined. She works both in theatrical and non-theatrical spaces, bringing together people from different backgrounds, generations, and disciplines. Currently she is developing the project Exploring Reciprocity in the context of the Master at DAS Choreography, AHK (NL 2020-22).

She created Charged (WIP 2019, Dansmaker, NL), La conspiración de las formas (2018, Sívori Museum, AR), Caravana (2017, Spring Performing Art Festival, NL-TACEC La Plata, AR), Hay alguien ahí (2016, Bicéfalos, AR), El Becerro de Oro (2015, Bienal Arte Joven, AR). Amparo participated in presenting her work, proposing perceptive practices and giving workshops in international contexts. She is part of the collective Escena Política (Buenos Aires). She collaborates with other artists, thinkers and activists.