Polish choreographer and performer who works both nationally and internationally. As a dancer Ramona performed on some of the most renowned stages and galleries of the world and as dance maker is considered an important figure of the young generation of Polish choreographers. Her work has been shown extensively in Poland and abroad. She is one of the protagonists of Ania Królica’s book Pokolenie Solo, which contains detailed interviews with the creators of new Polish dance.
Ramona was born in Toronto, Canada in 1984. She started her dance education in the Warsaw State Ballet School, after moving to Warsaw at the age of 11. After graduating, she continued her dance education at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany and then at The Place in London.
After that Ramona worked with various choreographers, visual artists and theatre directors including Fleur Darkin, Tom Dale, Carrie Cracknell, Lucy Guerin, Emma Martin, David Wampach, Junk Ensemble, Ula Sickle, Les Gens D’Uterpan, Sjerd Vreugdenhil, Rebecca Lazier, Maria Stoklosa, Paulina Ołowska and the Clod Ensemble, with whom she has been working since 2008.
Her choreographic debut was Man’s Best Friend created in 2009 within the frame of the Solo Project program organized by Stary Browar Nowy Taniec (Old Brewery) in Poznań. Later work includes video installation Turao/Dziw (2010) and New (Dis)Order (2012), Re//accumulation (2012), which is part of the RE//MIX cycle curated by Komuna//Warszawa, The Way Things Dinge (2014) and her newest work Actions to relate to Verbs (2015). She is currently in the process of creating pURe. In 2014 Ramona’s New (Dis)Order was chosen Aerowaves Priority Company.