nowadays, ashley and domenik share a lot of time with each other. both are final-year dancer/maker undergraduates at artez university of the arts in arnhem, the netherlands.
ho yuhan ashley (they/she, b. 1999) is a Singaporean artist who works from the perspective of movement. their work spans performing and -making, across across dance, text, image, film, and sound. it is presently preoccupied with documenting practices, martial arts, and technologies of caring.
her performing experience includes processes with Ingrid Berger Myhre, Ula Sickle, Zarah Bracht, David Weber-Krebs, Marjolein Vogels, Coralie Vogelaar, Dunja Jocic, Dario Tortorelli, and Keren Rosenberg. during their 2018 internship with Frontier Danceland, ashley also worked with Shahar Binyamini and Richard Chappell.
their first poetry collection without sound now was published in 2019 by Math Paper Press.
ashley is supported by the Singapore National Arts Council Scholarship.
domenik naue was born in weimar, germany in 1998. he grew up surrounded by culture and developed a great interest in experiencing and creating art. at the age of 15 he began to collaborate with friends at a youth theatre where he gained stage experience in acting, singing and movement. he writes music and poetry which both occur as elements in his pieces, and has been participating in several choreographic works as a dancer and co-creator. his physical background spans gymnastics (which he trained in for 10 years) and circus practice (where he trained in several acrobatic disciplines for more than 7 years). his experience as a performer includes working with artists such as Dunja Jocic, Corneliu Ganea, Julio Cesar Iglesias Ungo and Kazue Ikeda.