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Svenja Buehl works internationally within choreographic and community-based contexts, primarily within movement, film making, and performance. She has an MFA in Creative Practice, having studied at Independent Dance and Trinity Laban. Buehl's work is fueled by an interdisciplinary outlook on practice and collaboration, whilst striving to empower underrepresented and minority groups in the arts.


In her work, she explores dialogic processes between the human body and nonhuman matters, which feeds into her facilitative work within schools, care homes and youth groups throughout Ireland and the UK. Svenja has been working with Undercurrent since 2019 both with the Magnetise and Unearth projects and research project Curves of Time.


Charlie Wilson is 13 years old. Charlie loves dance, youth theatre and gymnastics. She has taken part in the Gymnastic Nationals in Dublin for a number of years specialising in acro balance and floor work. In 2019 Charlie was selected as the new young performer for London based aerial company Okham’s Razor for their new tour of This Time. Charlie is in her first year at secondary school and is part of the school GAA football and basketball teams. She also plays the alto saxophone and loves participating in the Sligo Jazz festival summer school. Charlie joined Undercurrent in 2019 as part of the Magnetise Project.

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Amélie Frazer is 12 years old and is in 6th class. She has taken part in workshops and camps with Undercurrent and since 2019 as part of the Magnetise Project. 

She plays saxophone, guitar and tin whistle. She also enjoys singing and has performed in King house and the Roscommon Art Center. She was part of the video for Brian Farell single « Lola ».  Amélie has a big interest in photography, nature and animals. She also plays Camogie and Basketball.

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Grace Murphy is 13 years old. She has been part of the Magnetise project since 2019, including the nesting programme in 2020. Grace has trained to grade 3 ballet and has participated in many contemporary dance workshops with local creative dance teacher and artist Kate Wilson. She is also part of the local football and basketball team, and in her spare time she loves horse riding.

Undercurrent is a trans-disciplinary company based in the North-West of Ireland directed by Kate Wilson.

As well as theatrical performances, Undercurrent hosts community events where all can come and share in movement and art.

Spanning dance, visual art, film, and other artforms, Undercurrent's approach is collaborative and inclusive.

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