Esther Felicitas Huss, born in the Black Forest, Germany. living in the uk since 2000.
Esther is a dance artist and performance maker.
She has performed internationally for almost two decades.
n January 2019, Esther relocated away from London to the small hamlet of North Blyth in Northumberland. This geographical move provided the ground for a new focus on developing her own work. Currently based at the Miner's Welfare Institute in Cambois, she enjoys making work in the heart of her local community in a beautiful yet long-unused dance space.
Esther's work is interdisciplinary and influenced by her study of Butoh, interest in nature and her personal heritage of pre and post war German dadaism and expressionism. Esther is an Associate Artist of the Dance Research Studio founded by Jacky Lansley, award winner of the Jane Attenborough Award for her outstanding contribution to dance.
Esther is co-founder of the inclusive dance company Dandelion Collective, based in the London and the North East.
Esther has shared her knowledge of movement across the professional dance sector as well as community groups, day centers and nursing homes. In support of this work she published an article called Whats the point of Community Dance in the National Magazine ANIMATED, published by The Community Dance Foundation.