André Uerba develops both collaborative and solo works along the intersection of performance and visual arts.
Berlin based since 2013, Uerba holds a Masters degree in Arts, “Solo/ Dance/ Authorship” at the Berlin University
of the Arts (UdK/ HZT), 2013-2015. He previously studied advanced photography at Ar.Co (Centro de Arte e
Comunicação Visual, Lisbon), where he was a grant holder, in 2010. Since 2011 Uerba has worked as artistic
collaborator and group coordinator in the piece “Atlas”, a performance with 100 (local) people on stage from Ana
Borralho & João Galante. Uerba worked among others with Alexandra Pirici, Antonija Livingstone, Carlota Lagido,
Clément Layes, Christian Falsnaes, Felix Ruckert, Sandra Man & Moritz Majce, Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa, Willi
Dorner and more recently with Tino Sehgal, performing the piece “This is so Contemporary” at Martin-Gropius-Bau
(Berlin). In 2011 he took part in “Encontros Rumo”, a laboratory mentored by Vera Mantero and in 2013 he
received the Centro Nacional de Cultura's (Portugal) Young Creator grant to develop the work “Terrarium”. Uerba
has also participated in workshops and masterclasses mentored by Cláudia Dias, Frédéric Gies, Meg Stuart,
Miguel Moreira, Ming Wong, André Lepecki, Vladimir Miller and Erwin Wurm.