Born in Poland, Ola Maciejewska is a choreographer and performer who lives and works in Paris. She studied at National Ballet School in Poland, and Rotterdam Dance Academy. She appeared as a dancer and performer in works of Bruno Listopad (PT), Nicola Unger (DE), Philippe Quesne (FR), and Bojan Djordjev (SR). While collaborating with other artists, she obtained MA degree from Contemporary Theatre and Dance Studies at the University of Utrecht, in 2012. Along the theoretical program she initiated practice based research, entitled: Loie Fuller: Research (2011), that has been presented in France for the Opening of CND Pantin in 2015, Switzerland, Spain, Canada, Poland, Portugal and several venues in Holland. TEKTON it’s her choreographic debut together with a short film COSMOPOL that premiered in November of 2014 in Geneva at Théatre de l'Usine and has been presented at Rotterdamse Schouwburg, Actoral Festival in Marseille, Batard Festival in Brussels, Nowy Teatr in Warsaw, and Veem Huis voor Performance in Amsterdam. In the fall 2015 Ola Maciejewska premiered BOMBYX MORI in Paris at la Ménagerie de verre in the framework of the Festival Les Inaccoutumés, and continued being presented abroad in venues such as Kaaitheater, Rotterdamse Schouwburg, Veem Huis voor Performance, Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, to name just few. BOMBYX MORI is supported by Fondation d'entreprise Hermès in the frame of New Settings #6, and will be presented in frame of [8:tension] Young Choreographers’ Series at ImPulsTanz in Vienna in 2017. In 2016 until 2018 Ola Maciejewska is associated artist of Centre chorégraphique national de Caen en Normandie. In the fall 2017, Ola’s solo work Loie Fuller: Research and COSMOPOL will be presented in the frame of La Biennale de Lyon.