Choreographer, performer, graduate of School for New Dance Development (SNDO) in Amsterdam and Sociology (Ma) at the University of Warsaw. Recipient of scholarships - DanceWEB 2011 (ImPulsTanz Festival, Vienna), NRW Tanzrecherche 2013 (Germany) and the scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland for 2014. She studied, a.o., with Debora Hay, Ria Higler, La Ribot and Robert Steijn. Magdalena is the author of, mainly, solo works (i.a. 'surfing', 'exercises for a Hero') which she has presented in Holland, Germany, Romania, Portugal, and Poland. In 2018 she premiered a group piece “Uncannings”. Magdalena engages in collaboration with other choreographers (Marina Colomina “Surplus”, Maria Stokłosa, Marta Ziółek “Golden Demons”) and works as a performer (for Marysia Stokłosa, Marta Ziółek, Renata Piotrowska). Through the last years, she has been also working with theatre directors creating choreography for their performances and being a movement coach for actors (directors: Anna Karasińska, Małgorzata Wdowik, Łukasz Kos). Alongside developing artistic practice, she teaches choreography and movement research to professionals and amateurs. In 2015 together with Maria Stokłosa and Renata Piotrowska, she created Choreography in Motion: Experimental Choreography Course. This one-year long program has currently its 4th edition. Magdalena views choreography as a tool for facilitating conditions for the refreshing perception of time and space we are in. She considers the body as a vehicle of this experience. She lives and works in two cities Amsterdam and Warsaw.