Dancing on Architecture

Aeriosa activates the solid verticality of high-rises with awe-inspiring lofting, twirling movement, exhilarating audiences below. These vast outdoor spaces become a canvas for aerial celebration and public engagement. Dancers highlight the architecture with fluid athletic dance, creating striking formations in the air. Aeriosa partners with public, community and private stakeholders in producing original works for celebratory events, street festivals, place-making initiatives, and artistic expression.

TED Talks (2018)
Opening Event
Vancouver Convention Centre

Photo by Tim Matheson

International Bird Festival (2018)
‘Thunderbird’ collaborative performance with Spakwus Slulem (Eagle Song Dancers)
Jack Poole Plaza
Vancouver Convention Centre

Photo by Tim Matheson

IOPE ‘Beauty in the Air’ Commercial (2015)
South Korean Make-up Brand
Marine Building, Vancouver

Photo by Tim Matheson

Topping Off Event (2012)
58-Storey Tower Designed by Architect, Daniel Libeskind
Esplanade & Yonge St, Toronto

Photo by Brian Finke

Winterruption Festival (2011)
Cold Hands Warm Hearts Too
Performances Underneath the Granville Bridge
Granville Island, Vancouver

Photo by Tim Matheson

The Vancouver Block Building (2010)
Reimagine Granville
Sponsored by Downtown Vancouver
Granville Street, Vancouver

Photo by Colin Zacharias

Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad Performances
In Situ – in collaboration with
The Vertical Orchestra at
Vancouver Library Square (2010)
Vancouver

Photo by Dominic Schaefer

Fifth Taipei International Arts Festival (2002)
‘On Earth in Taipei’ – Taipei City Hall Building
Taiwan

Photo courtesy of Taipei Arts International Association