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Community of Madrid

Paso a 2 Certamen Coreografico de Madrid


Who’s in

Currently the community is composed of people who come from different associations, as well as LGTBQI and other social activists, some from more formal structures, others, more informally organized, with a variety of ages ranging between 25 to 65 years of age. This group is rich in terms of gender diversity, but also in ages, cultural diversity, etc. 


Organizations involved

Association Kif-Kif – an organization for the defense and representation of LGTBI migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers in Spain and the 26 de Diciembre Foundation – a non-profit entity created by, and in support of LGTBQI elders.


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Community Members

Olga Carreño Pedrozo
Community of Madrid
Olga Carreño Pedrozo

In the community I found a comfortable, welcoming, diverse, inclusive place, where I quickly felt identified and included, with Laura Kumin and Miren Muñoz Vitoria, who were waiting for us that afternoon in June 2022. Since then I have found a comfortable place to be myself and express my art… I was immediately connected and committed to the project, art, performing, various scenarios and then put down roots in the Vilarynio Space, a cozy and comfortable place for weekly practices. 
I suffered one of the most difficult moments in my life, my mental health blocked all my paths and when I thought I was sunk in the dark, Miren, Laura and Marina Santo, they insisted on dancing with the community again, they said it would be good for me and really. Then I came back to the practices, and when I arrived, Marina Santo was moderating, working with different aromas, always giving back as much love as fits in her big heart. These practices sent me back the light and the path of peace and healing that allowed me to take charge of my life. Today I enjoy this growth and enrichment as a human being, trans person, artist and folklorist who feels, vibrates and lives with art and dance the most outstanding moment of my life. Without fear of living to show my non-normative, racialized and migrant body, but proud of my art, my color and my brilliance, a bit of feather as Javier Vaquero invites us in his fun and joyful practices, but finally being Olga Victoria Carreño Pedrozo, a human being infinitely grateful to Performing Gender: Dancing In Your Shoes and Paso a 2.

Luc Vañó Prieto
Community of Madrid

Paso a 2 tales: mutable universes

We have been activating and sharing experiences related to identity, movement and gender with the beautiful, growing community...