Born in Poland based currently in Paris, Ola Maciejewska is a dancer and choreographer. Her works are distinguished for a strong interdisciplinary approach to dance making. In 2012 she obtained MA from Contemporary Theatre and Dance Studies at the University of Utrecht. Along the academic research, she made her choreographic debut with a performance, entitled: Loie Fuller: Research (2011) that has been presented at Art Space TENT Rotterdam, CN D Pantin, École Nationale supérieure des beaux-arts of Paris (in the frame of La Nuit Blanche curated by Palais de Tokyo), FIAC -International Contemporary Art Fair in Paris, Zamek Ujazdowski-Center for Contemporary Art, Centre Pompidou-Malaga, 14th edition of Biennale de Lyon ‘Mondes Flottants’, Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Kanal-Centre Pompidou and Museo Reina Sofía just to name few. In fall 2015, Ola Maciejewska premiered BOMBYX MORI in Paris at la Ménagerie de verre in the framework of the Festival Les Inaccoutumés and has been presented at Kaaitheater, TANZ im August, Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Rotterdamse Schouwburg, Veem Huis voor Performance, ImPulsTanz in Vienna and more. BOMBYX MORI and DANCE CONCERT are supported by Fondation d'entreprise Hermès in the frame of New Settings. In 2016 until 2018 Ola Maciejewska was associated artist of Centre chorégraphique national de Caen en Normandie. The latest work DANCE CONCERT had its world premiere at National Taichung Theatre in Taiwan and the fall of 2018, it has been presented at Centre Pompidou in the frame of Festival d’Automne in France. In 2019, she has just received a grant "International Tanzmesse NRW" to make a research on the scenography of Rolf Borzik at the Archives of the Pina Bausch Foundation in the fall of 2020.