Jasmin İhraç, choreographer and dancer, born in Cologne, lives and works in Berlin. Parallel to her sociology studies at the Free University of Berlin, she studied contemporary dance, context, and choreography at the Inter-University Center for Dance in Berlin (HZT). Her work has been performed at the Volksbühne Berlin, Ballhaus Naunynstraße (Mj’a sin-Verflechtungen/Mj’a sin-Entanglements), Palais de Tokyo, Paris (On Speeches), and HAU Hebbel am Ufer (On Confluence). She has danced in Isabelle Schad’s Collective Jumps and Turning Solo, and has worked with Alexandra Pirici (Fluids, Signals, Aggregate) and in various collaborations in Germany, France, and Turkey (e.g., DO KU MAN by Taldans). She has received several grants and sponsorships, including from the Kunststiftung NRW and the Goethe-Institut for her solo dance project Sahman-Grenz-Kuş and the film Constant Changes, Silent Witnesses, which she developed during her residency in Istanbul. Her production liú premiered on the HAU4 platform in 2021. She is currently developing the piece Kleine große Sprünge (Small Big Jumps) as part of the program Tanzkomplizen and is working on various projects with Juliana Piquero, Catalina Fernández and Kadir “amigo” Memiş.
Jasmin İhraç was a resident at Tarabya Cultural Academy from September to December 2018.