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Digging Holes & Sailing Salt

Kunsträume OXYD - Das Tanzfest Winterthur

Friday may 3 2024, 19:15

Sound: Léa Jullien (Tropical Vegas)


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Co-Production Theater am Gleis Winterthur


by Jamuna Mirjam Zweifel & Léa Jullien

and collaborators

 Full evening Production

SUPPORTED BY Kanton Solothurn Swisslos-Fonds, Stadt Winterthur, Fachstelle Kultur Kanton Zürich, Schweizerische Interpretenstiftung SIS,

Landis & Gyr Stiftung

June 28 & 29 2024


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Concept/ Choreography/ Performance


CHOREOGRAPHY & CONCEPT Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel SOUNDCOMPOSITION Léa Jullien PERFORMANCE Jamuna Mirjam Zweifel PRESENTED IN THE FRAME OF Date to Dance Kunst(Zeug)Haus Rapperswil CURATED BY Lea Moro, Céline Gaillard, Simone Kobler

OUTSIDE EYES  Ariana Qizmolli, Milan Panet-Gigon

‚In the forest, interaction with protagonists requires a rooted stance that utilizes limbs and senses in a pulsating, spherical perception. „Voices from the Ground“ becomes an experimental dance that interweaves body, clay and soundscape to create a possible sci-fi scenario with ever-changing surfaces.‘

Voices from the Ground is kindly supported by Migros-Kulturprozent

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Concept / Choreography / Performance



Short improvisation dance and music with oboist Matt Sullivan & Jamuna Mirjam Zweifel

Outside Eye: Jason Trucco

 at Cozmos 280 East 10th Street New York, December 7 2023 

Overlayering the layers of 
When things get disturbed
When feelings get confused
I overlayer my surface with another one
I dive into
A cave
A hollow
A chamber

Are you doing the same?
Where do we meet?

I underlayer myself
Hitting against the invisible surfaces
Strobing against the air
Strobing against the cold feeling of this 
Shuddering the dust of a selfregulated things
It is subtle 
Deep down
Where can I meet you?


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Concept/ Choreography/ Performance

Digging Holes & Sailing Salt by Jamuna Mirjam Zweifel / Léa Jullien


 Short Piece

Outside Eye: Maureen Zollinger / Juliane Steenbeck

Short Cuts Solo at Tanz in Olten 2023

Tanzfest Winterthur 2024

Digging Holes & Sailing Salt tells the story of a creature that falls into a metaphorical hole and slowly makes its way out. The short piece can be read as a form of protest, a poem or an excursion into another temporality. 

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Choreography & Performance in

what lies beneath – from EP Ombreine [2023] by Wazzara

MUSIC & CONCECPT Wazzara ACTING/PERFORMANCE  Jamuna Mirjam Zweifel CHOREOGRAPHY Jamuna Mirjam Zweifel
DOP: George Necola, Mäsi Stettler, Barbara Brawand 
DRONE OPERATOR: Mäsi Stettler 

Uniting Post-Metal, Doom and Psychedelic Rock, wazzara is the culmination of a themed solo project from the former lead singer of Folk Metal band, Caladmor. Taking inspiration from the natural poetry of water in motion, enrapt listeners have found themselves moved by the otherworldly, ethereal and magical offerings of Swiss-based composer/songwriter Barbara Brawand since 2015.

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Concept & Choreography in

Holes - working title

Research Week with HF ZUB Student:innen  – BA UCD goes Research
CHOREOGRAPHY & CONCEPT Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel in close Collaboration with Léa Jullien (Tropical Vegas)  SOUND Léa Jullien PERFORMANCE  @zoe.dereynier @sofie_hh @sophie.meyer @n_i_n_a_pf @mikki_monnin @corinnekaelin01 

@sandy__albrecht @yoninah_ @alinegia_0.0  COSTUME Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel Léa Jullien

Showing Research at Tanzfestival Winterthur, Theater am Gleis Switzerland

VIDEO Couchkult SCHNITT Thomas Kolter

Carrying a body means carrying holes. On the base of sensing the world through the idea of holes and the wish to grab holes in order to find something special, we can acknowledge a wave of transformation, which is starting as an inner practical state and eventually starts to interact with other existing beings in the room.

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Short Piece
CHOREOGRAPHY & CONCEPT Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel / PERFORMANCE- Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel / DRAMATURGICAL HELP/OUTSIDE EYE Romain Guion, Franka Feder, Rafael Smadja / SOUND Diogo Ribeiro de Almeida / COSTUME Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel / SET DESIGN ASSISTENZ Ivan Giulio Minichiello 


„The encapsulation by digital devices, which shifts the focus of the masses and creates an incredible paradox, so often skips the extent of our imagination. But it is the reality of our generation. The constant immersion in virtual worlds is like travelling to people, places, things, possibilities, impossibilities, knowledge and non-knowledge. Infinite dimensions and a new space-time relation arise.“

What happens to the physical body while we are caught and left in virtual holes?
How can we reconnect with the nature and the environment, by creating a hole of sensitivity and experiencing awareness?



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Performer/Creation in


Choreography Meg Stuart 

Creation & Performance Kristof Van Boven, Isabela Fernandez, Lucia Gugerli, Pierre Piton, Maria Scaroni, Declan Whitaker, Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel  


Dramaturgy Bart Van den Eynde 

Live Music Mieko Suzuki Scenography,

Light design Elodie Dauguet 

Costume Design Jean Paul Lespagnard

Creation Assistants Ana Rocha, Davis Freeman Producer on site Kathrin Veser Assistance

Producer on site Kizzy Garcia Vale Support

Costume Designer Selina Tholl Internship Sofía Werder 

Production Management, Artistic Collaboration The Field Marisa Godoy, Romain Guion Technical Support David Baumgartner 

The Field is kindly supported by BNP Paribas Swiss Foundation (main partner), City of Zurich Culture, Migros-Kulturprozent, Fondation Nestlé pour l’Art. «Titel» is made possible thanks to Stadt Zürich Kultur, Fachstelle Kultur Kanton Zürich, Landis & Gyr Stiftung, Stiftung Corymbo. 

Coproduction: Zürcher Theaterspektakel and Tanzhaus Zürich with the additional support of Damaged Goods (Brussels)

Dance and water. A collaboration with the established American choreographer Meg Stuart, stage and theater artist Philippe Quesne, designer Jean-Paul Lespagnard, musician Mieko Suzuki and a constellation of international performers. 

Created specifically for the Saffa Island in Zürich, Waterworks is a continuation of Stuart's exploration of water which she initiated in 2021.  This unique performative event explores the shallow water and the island's shore as a transition between nature and civilization, and the interactions of liquidity and body, of natural medium and human movement.


In Waterworks, the performers evoke dreamlike fictions on a man­made island. The water is the stage for those scenarios – liberating, connec­tive, terrifying and full of possibilities.

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Concept/Performance/Creation in

Dance Delivery

CHOREOGRAPHY The Field DRAMATURGICAL SUPPORT Romain Guion PERFORMANCE Declan Whitaker, Lucia Gugerli, Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel, Pierre Piton COOPERATION ZÜRICH TANZT & Dabbavelo


An innovative format to bring dance directly to people’s doorstep!

With Dance Delivery, anyone with a creative appetite can choose a short dance from a menu concocted specially by The Field. One selected, the dance will be delivered and performed on people's doorstep, garden or courtyard. 

Concept/Creation/Performance in

Question Kiosk 

CONCEPT The Field in collaboration with Monica Gillette PERFORMANCE Maria Demandt, Lucia Gugerli, Pierre Piton, Declan Whitaker, Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel  ARTISTIC COORDINATION Marisa Godoy, Romain Guion PHOTO Did Schaffer

PRESENTED IN THE FRAME OF ZÜRICH TANZT, summer program Kunsthaus Zürich, Tanzfest Winterthur 2022, Festival B.Motion Bassano del Grappa IT 
SUPPORT Tanzhaus Zürich, BNP Paribas Swiss Foundation, Migros Culture Percentage, Landis & Gyr Foundation

Ask a question, receive a performative answer!

Instant composition offline/online (time variable)

Question Kiosk is an innovative format that allows for interactions and dialogue. In its analog form, questions are received in public spaces from passers-by and intuitively performed in a marked area. In its digital design, Question Kiosk 2.0 allows anyone to remotely submit a question to The Field. Regardless of the configuration, the main focus remains on facilitating a discourse and reflection with citizens. 

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Performer/Creation in


CONCEPT Isabel Lewis PERFORMANCE The Field (Lucia Gugerli, Pierre Piton, Declan Whitaker, Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel) and Rafał Pierzyński MUSIC LABOUR COLLABORATIVE ARTISTS Dirk Bell / Mo Stern, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Marcelo Alcaide, Yolanda Zobel LIGHTS David Baumgartner  ARTISTIC COORDINATION Romain Guion DRAMATURGY ASSISTANCE Lea Moro PHOTO Andrea Ebener & Annik Wetter VIDEO TRAILER Ozelot Studios SPECIAL THANKS TO Sissel Tolaas, Lara Dâmaso, Mathias Ringgenberg, Juliette Uzor, Callie's Berlin, Kunsthalle Zürich

Interdisciplinary stage performance

Scalable Skeletal Escalator is a stage adaptation of an interdisciplinary experiment conceived in a museum context over the course of 7 weeks. The live art work takes the form of a holobiont, a multi-organismic assemblage, like the human body itself, shuddering and shaking into being.



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Creation/Concept/Performer in

Ohne Schweiss kein Preis.

Intro/Short performance 

CHOREOGRAPHY & CONCEPT: Ariana Qizmolli & Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel

Perfomance:  Ariana Qizmolli & Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel


A performative exploration into an ageing, elitist Switzerland based on a tennis match. 

Tanzfestival Winterthur 2021

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Creation/Concept for

We Object

DIRECTION Lucia Gugerli, Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel, Fanny Zihlmann IN COLLABORATION WITH Romain Guion, Monica Gillette, Tanzhaus Zürich PERFORMANCE Leonie Ketz, Sandra Ivankovic, Maya Olah, Sol Mila Jarkovich, Helga Starcevic, Emma Bertuchoz, Tonja Richardet, Lucia Tavano, Samara Leite Walt, Simona Roth PHOTO Eliane Zgraggen


SUPPORT Fondation BNP Paribas Suisse, Stadt Zürich Kultur, Fondation Nestlé pour l’Art, Migros Kulturprozent, Landis & Gyr Stiftung

We Object is a collective extension of I Object, originally created for two performers. Developed together with residents of the Wollishofen neighborhood, We Object is a playground where people and things dance together and question their interrelationships. What emerges is chaotic but yet relaxing and gives rise to scenarios that range from everyday existence to science fiction.

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Performer in

The Best and the Worst of Us

CHOREOGRAPHY & DIRECTION Simone Augtherlony PERFORMANCE  Maria Demandt, Lucia Gugerli, Pierre Piton, Declan Whitaker, Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel MUSIC Marcel Blatti LIGHT DESIGN Christa Wenger REPLICA OF ORIGINAL STAGE Klara Mand, Tamara Baumann, Affentranger Theaterhandwerk GmbH ORIGINAL CAST Simone Augtherlony, Kate McIntosh, Phil Hayes, Nicholas Lloyd, Thomas Wodianka ORIGNIAL STAGE DESIGN Nadia Fistarol PHOTO Leni Olafson

COPRODUCTION Tanzhaus Zürich, Südpol Luzern


SUPPORT BNP Paribas Swiss Foundation, Migros Culture Percentage, Landis & Gyr Foundation, Ernst Göhner Stiftung, City of Zurich Culture, Department of Culture of the Canton of Zurich

A metamorphic re-enactment of Simone Aughtlerony's iconic piece 

Full evening piece 

Adopting a spontaneous diplomacy, it reveals a discipline modeled on behaviours from other species who know about reward because they have grown up with the dance between the common good and the lone impulse. The tyranny of the majority is measured up against singular desire as The Field sings, builds, collectively mythologizes and complicates what it means to be and act together. The content of this work bears striking similarity to the ensemble’s endeavour: an intuitive approach to collaborative action that hopes to render an advantageous group dynamic.

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Take your body for a walk

CONCEPT The Field in collaboration with Monica Gillette and Tanzhaus Zürich

Take Your Body For a Walk is an interactive format which aims to build a collective experience and an online community for the duration of a walk. Inputs are sent via chat messages to invite participants to take part in a sensorial adventure. In a time when individual and collective well-being are compromised, Take Your Body For a Walk provides means to reconnect with our own body, our surroundings and our fellow humans. While being gently guided, the participants are actively involved in the design of their walk upon their desires in the moment and their individual locations, may it be the outdoors or within the comfort of their own homes.

Creation/Concept/Performer in


INSTALLATION by Florian Briw and PERFORMANCE by Jamuna.

SOUNDSCAPE by Diogo Ribeiro de Almeida OUTSIDE EYE Franka Rosalie Feder & Astrid Künzler

Digital possession directs the human focus into a different relationship of temporality and corporeality. Where do digital space, nature and the human being meet? An attempt at communication between worlds of the same world.

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INSTALLATION and PERFORMANCE with Zookunft.Project.

The collective Zookunft.Project aims to create temporary landscapes, nurture a shared memory and exchange practices between different disciplines. The basis of the form of communication is the circle. The Cypher - from which the dancers of the collective took the original interest of a research, always gets back to the point where authenticity, creativity, inventiveness and courage can be lived. How important it has become, to sit again together, withouth fronts. Zookunft.Project is developing more and more into an open place where projects are realised, people cook together, initiate small and big things and, above all, take time to think outside the box.

NULL is the collective's first collaborative work within the residency and open doors in the exhibition space at KunstimDepot 2021.

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Creation/Performer in


CONCEPT Declan Whitaker CHOREOGRAPHY & PERFORMANCE Maria Demandt, Lucia Gugerli, Pierre Piton, Declan Whitaker, Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel MENTORING Lea Moro, Marc Streit LIGHTING David Baumgartner MUSIC Pierre Piton SCENOGRAPHY & COSTUME Maria Demandt PHOTO Leni Olafson VIDEO Marc Nathmann | 

PRESENTED IN THE FRAME OF Tanzfestival Winterthur (Theater am Gleis), Show-Off (Tanzhaus Zürich)
SUPPORT Tanzhaus Zürich, BNP Paribas Swiss Foundation, Migros-Kulturprozent, Landis & Gyr Stiftung

A dada-like exploration of fakeness and reality in which the inconsistencies of parallel truths are revealed

Short piece (20 mins)

The largest information resource we have, the internet, which has radically altered our modes of communication, has zero obligation to be factual. Anyone can say anything and present it as truthful, correct and unquestionable. This world wide web where anything goes has marked the advent of a posttruth world where the boundary between fact and fiction becomes more difficult to discern and the distinction between truth-telling and lies less clear. This new reality has permeated our lives, infiltrating the apparent with ambiguity and staining the effable with ambivalence. 

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Performer /Creation in

I Object

CONCEPT Lucia Gugerli PERFORMANCE Declan Whitaker, Mirjam Jamuna Zweifel MENTORING Andreas Storm, Meret Schlegel LIGHTING Anutoshen Hüer MUSIC Mirjam Zweifel SCENOGRAPHY & COSTUME Lucia Gugerli  PHOTO Christian Glaus, Christian Altorfer

PRESENTED IN THE FRAME OF Inkubator (Rote Fabrik), Theater Spektakel, The Arts of Video (in) Research’/ZHdK, Fete de la Danse, Lausanne

SUPPORT Rote Fabrik, BNP Paribas Swiss Foundation, Migros Culture Percentage, Landis & Gyr Foundation

Performative interactions between humans and random objects collected in the streets of Zürich

Short Piece (10 mins), presented in indoor and outdoor contexts

I Object originates from the desire of non-violent destruction as a method for creation. Choreographic scores are used to animate the objects, the performers and the space. This results in a landscape of constant transformation, heightening the performers' awareness, spontaneity and playfulness. In acting with the objects both in a careful and platonic manner, the performers remember the history of the relationship between humans and objects and question what it could look like in the future.

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Concept/Performance/Creation in


First Version of an ongoing RESEARCH/SHORT PIECE 

with SOUNDSCAPE by Eve Joel Hernandez.

PLATFORM TanzInOlten 2019 New Ideas II


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Trailer for a VIDEO-EXPERIMENT with Ivan Giulio Minichiello.

what is around? who are we? what does our head contributes to this?

what material do you like to get in touch?

we are a couple. how do we perform together without knowing, what each of us has in mind?

no clue, no plan. just the head and its copy.


ZHDK Aktionsraum. 2019

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other recent Collaborations.

Earthly Flux: A Study of

Transitional Clay Bodies

By Claudia González Godoy and Jamuna Mirjam

Zweifel / (RE)SHAPE virtual residency 2023

Estaquilla, Chile & Willadingen, Switzerland

Videoinstallation, Audiowalk & Script Booklet

 (RE)SHAPE is an international collaboration between the
partners Work it Out (CH/DE), Fundación Mar Adentro (CL),
Wixutta Knowledge Center (MOZ), The Art Corner of
Tehran (IRN) and cheLA (ARG).
(RE)SHAPE is supported by a «To-gather» International
Collaboration grant from Pro Helvetia - the Swiss Arts
Council, the Südkulturfond, Fundación Mar Adentro and
Tanzhaus Zürich.

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Spekulatives Unternehmen für Übergangsrituale von Wildnissen

January 7 2023, Zurich Switzerland

CONCEPT & REALISATION Matthias Annen, Maureen Zollinger, Jamuna Mirjam Zweifel, OUTSIDE HELP Lea Götschi & Othmar Anne

TERRAIN SAUVAGE is an invitation to accompany nature in its dying process, before the start of a demolition. 

Shortly before the demolition of a building, we want to create a space of experience and encounter to engage with the wilderness together, to open our senses, to collect impressions and to share them with each other. In this way, we let little (urban) wild natures come alive through us once again and carry the impressions away within us in different directions - just as the inhabitants of the garden will do. In this very strong moment of transition we build new synapses towards a shrinking wild.

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Research Interdisciplinary Cyphering / Jam-Laboratory with Zookunft.Project

Inspired by the Cypher in dance, we are researching on a format in which different disciplines communicate with each other and enter into a symbiosis, following the example of the communication between plants and fungi. 

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Photo-Serie Blue Moon with Raffaella Allegra, Elba

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Performerin for Nadine K. Cenoz Dissociation (Solothurn) III, Baseltorkiosk


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Model for Perdita by Studio Végeté

und Janette Gloor Photography for LaBotanica-Magazine.


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Model for Ivan Giulio Minichiello. Studien.

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NULL Costumes

Assistent Costume-Design for Zookunft.Project with Tara Filter (Filterworks)

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Written and spoken Thoughts.


Earthly Flux - A study of transitional clay bodies

Audiowalk (RE)SHAPE

by Jamuna Mirjam Zweifel & Claudia Gonzàlez Godoy

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poetic text for Studio Végeté und Sara Merz

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Short Meditation.Podcast.

Pflanzentanz was made for Eve Joel Hernandez.


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How to make sense about the world around us.

private Soundcloud-Link for the Zookunft.Project-Session at Platform Workitout online on ZOOM.

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