Juan Felipe Amaya Gonzalez (he/him) is a Colombian performance artist based in Berlin and working in the fields of dance, choreography, and visual arts. His works can be traced in the convergence of interdisciplinary practices and unexpected encounters, dealing with speculations about time, technology, and environments. In 2015 he founded the collective Kimberly Kaviar together with Simone Gisela Weber, which in 2018 was selected for the Mentoring Program “Newcomer” from the Berlin State Association for the Independent Performing Arts e.V. (LAFT). He is also co-founder of Scores for Gardens, a study group working at the intersection of performance and critical theory, in collaboration with Travers, Radialsystem and supported by Gwaertler Stiftung. From 2018 until 2020 he was a member artist of the Creative Europe research project on dance and technology Moving Digits. He currently holds a Link-Masters planning grant to develop a project at the intersection between AI and Art. He mainly works collaboratively with artists like Deva Schubert, Jan Rozman, Maciej Sado, Florine Leoni, Michael Portnoy, Heiner Goebbels, Nile Koetting, amongst others. If you are interested, you might get to know him personally and have a memorable conversation.