International Contemporary Dance Collective 2018 – 2020 ( and Krakow Choreographic Centre (as a partner in the project) are launching the book PUSH: IT WILL COME LATER which is an anthology with contributions by 18 artists and authors.

The book features a diverse collection of expressions and provocations under the subcategories International – Contemporary – Dance – Collective. 

International Contemporary Dance Collective (iCoDaCo)
30th of June at 10:00 – 11:15 CET (Central European Time) 

Sign up HERE to partake in the webinar or join us on iCoDaCo Facebook page for livestream. 

The publication reflects on the challenges of collaboration and on the conditions for a practice of working with others within the international landscape of contemporary dance. This book is not a conclusion nor a manual which offers fully realised solutions. Nonetheless, it is a multipurpose space of exchange, of describing personal experiences, of unfolding recurrent problems, of raising questions and of suggesting practices that could potentially be relevant for the readers who find themselves in similar situations. 

The event will include short presentations from five speakers who have worked in International Contemporary Dance Collective 2018 – 2020 and collaborated on the preparation of the book PUSH: IT WILL COME LATER then we will have a dynamic conversation with our audience who can present questions on both the webinar and on Facebook. 

All iCoDaCo 2018-2020 artists: Imre Vass – Hungary, Eddie Ladd – Wales, Lee Brummer – Sweden, Weronika Pelczynska – Poland, Joseph Lee – Hong Kong, Mui Cheuk Yin – Hong Kong, Hampus Bergenheim – Sweden, will be present at the event so the audience can ask questions to any of them. 

Diego Agulló  – researcher and a dilettante artist
The editor of Push: it will come later 
Diego will speak about the process of preparing the book and the unique experience of having a both inside and outside perspective on iCoDaCo. 

Gordon Beveridge – graphic designer
The designer of iCoDaCo’s visual identity and the designer of the book Push: it will come later.
Gordon will speak about the process of giving a visual identity to iCoDaCo and finding the visual language to portray the nuances of the project in the book. 

Israel Aloni – Artistic Director & Co-Founder of ilDance, artist and provocateur.
The architect and international manager of iCoDaCo. 
Israel will speak about the international and contemporary aspects of iCoDaCo as a whole and the book in particular. 

Lee Brummer – Associate director & Co-Founder of ilDance, artist and educator.
One of the artists in the 2018 – 2020 edition of iCoDaCo.
Lee will speak about collective work and collaboration and how these have been practiced in iCoDaCo 2018 – 2020

Weronika Pelczynska – independent choreographer, dancer & pedagogue 
One of the artists in the 2018 – 2020 edition of iCoDaCo.
Weronika will speak about dance and Movement. What kind of practices were developed in iCoDaCo? What kind of experiences in regards to dance has iCoDaCo offered the artists and the audience?

What is iCoDaCo?

iCoDaCo (International Contemporary Dance Collective) is a biennial artist led intercultural exchange project within the landscape of contemporary dance. The collaborative project was first initiated by the Gothenburg (Sweden) based international company and organisation – ilDance, in 2012. The 2018 – 2020 edition of iCoDaCo is co-funded by the Creative Europe program of the European Union. 

For any further information or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at
International Contemporary Dance Collective website:
ilDance website: