Eszter Salamon is a choreographer, artist and performer living and working in Paris, Berlin and Brussels. Her choreographies navigate between different media that include sound, text, voice, image, movement and action. Since 2001, she has been creating solo and group pieces that have been shown by theatres and festivals all over the world, e.g. Festival d’Automne à Paris, Festival d‘Avignon, Ruhrtriennale, Holland Festival, Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), HAU Berlin, The Kitchen (New York), PACT Zollverein (Essen), Manchester International Festival, FTA (Montreal), Dance Triennale Tokyo, TheatreWorks Singapore, Panorama Festival (Rio de Janeiro), Movimiento Sur (Valparaiso). In addition, she is often invited to present her works in a museum context, for example at Centre Pompidou (Paris), MoMA (New York), Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art (Rotterdam), Fondation Cartier (Paris), to name just a few. Since 2014, Salamon has been working on a series of pieces that explore both the concept of “monument” and the practice of “re-interpreting” history. She was awarded the 2019 Evens Arts Prize.