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Emma Versluys is a Belgian professional dancer and maker based in The Netherlands. In 2021 she graduated from the Dance Academy at Fontys Hogeschool voor de kunsten in Tilburg, The Netherlands. She works internationally as a choreographer and performer. Her work centers around questioning and embracing what it means to be a human.
Emma explores many different art forms such as dance, visual arts, installation work, theater and music. Through dance she has found a curiosity for the connection between the body, the individual and the collective.

Emma is co founder of Peeled Collective, a young makers duo that creates interdisciplinary productions. Within the collective Emma Versluys works as both a performer and a maker.

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Emma has performed in works of different makers such as; 'The National Chain Practices' by Alexandra Waierstall, 'It takes a child to raise a village' and 'Bollas' with Corpo Maquina, 'Transcending bodies' by Hannah Zwaans, 'Human Dancer' by Antonin Rioche, 'Whizz Whoosh' by Andreas Hannes and many more.


As a maker she has been in residence at diverse places such as; DansBrabant, Productiehuis Nowhere, Makershuis Tilburg, UP Circus & Performing Arts, Theater aan de Rijn, Korzo, MAD Festival (Antwerp) and many more.


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