Annamaria Ajmone is an Italian dancer and choreographer. The body intended as a mouldable and changeable material, capable of transforming spaces into places, is at the centre of her research.
Her works were presented in various dance, theatre and performing arts festivals, museums, art galleries and non conventional spaces, in Europe, Asia, Northern Africa and the United States among others: Torino Danza, Club to Club (Turin), La Biennale Danza (Venice), Public Fiction (Los Angeles), FOG Triennale (Milano), Short Theater (Rome), Théâtre de la Ville (Paris), Rencontres Choreographiques de Saint Denis (Paris), Artdhantè (Vanves), CNDC (Angers), On Marche (Marrakech), Ramallah Contemporary Festival (Ramallah), M1 Contact Contemporary Dance Festival (Singapore), New Dance For Asia International Festival (Seoul).
As a dancer, she has worked with Alias Compagnie, Ariella Vidach, Daniele Ninarello, Santasangre, Cristina Kristal Rizzo, Mithkal Alzghair, Moritz Ostruschnjak.
She works with a number of artists on projects that vary in nature and length, including Caned Icoda, Palm Wine, Bienoise, Francesco Cavaliere, Muta Imago, Strasse, Maria Giovanna Cicciari, Industria Indipendente, Glauco Salvo. For Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019, she signed the coreography for Abitare l’opera, Prologo tra i Sassi / La Cavalleria Rusticana, directed by Giorgio Barberio Corsetti. She signed the body spacing for the FALL 2020 menswear fashion show of Magliano.
She received the Danza & Danza award as best young Italian performer in 2015. She coordinates Nobody’s Business for Italy, an opensource platform for the sharing of artistic practices. For the years 2019-2021 she is associated artist of La Triennale Milano Teatro, Milan.