18 - 30 October 2021 | Fabra I Coats, Barcelona, Spain


What is InDance international

IDI, is a non-for-profit powerful and progressive dance and technology organisation founded on international collaboration, networking and performance, based in Barcelona led by Female Choreographer and Artistic Director Harriet Macauley. InDance International is a duality of international collaborations and partnerships. As an organisation, we commission, develop, produce and deliver a variety of new works by artists from diverse backgrounds to include Mexico, Africa, Europe, USA, South America and the UK. We exist to inspire and to forge and identify a new image of European diversity and culture, disseminated physically, virtually and digitally. 

We extend experimental collaborative opportunities in cultural participation, education for the representation of a truly diverse Europe.

Our point of convergence is to addresses the potential effects of marginalisation due to race and segregation across Europe for black and fellow artists. We enable emerging and recent graduates to succeed and work in the performing arts, education and performance. And through the creation of pioneering multimedia and technology projects, events, residencies, productions, workshops, performances and development opportunities, we support the cultural fabric of Spain, Europe and beyond.

We exist to challenge, innovate, experiment, refine and transcend the performing arts with multimedia, to discover the indescribable experience in creative practice and co-creation through international collaboration.

InDance International, Harriet Macauley is a metamorphosis of what is produced through experimental collaboration in Europe and internationally. We are anchored in a crystallization of what we can become through the integration of professional multimedia and technology.

  • 2 Days
  • 20 Performances
  • +150 Attendees
About Artistic Director

Harriet Macauley

Harriet Macauley, award winning choreographer, performer and director of organisation, IDI – InDance International undertakes research in parallel with a MPhil/PHD Doctorate in International Multimedia Collaboration in Spain and UK. Education plays an integral role in Harriet Macauley investigation and research, to better understand the complex depths and varied articulations within the development of choreographic ideas with technology, studio based techniques i.e. Ballet, Modern, Jazz and Contemporary dance. Her view is to gain an illumination on the intricacy and articulations of movement forms with technology. HM is interested in a dynamic practice-led enquiry and is keen to research philosophical investigations centred around the act of identifying with ‘the Self’ and understanding the role of technology in creative practice. She attends to the experience of philosophy and technology, the body and international collaboration as agents and leans towards understanding practice/creativity as a lived experience. Her mode of navigation is impelled through a window of ideas with identity, movement and multimedia and is concerned with interpersonal, relational dynamics and a recognising of transferable skills between collaborators.

Harriet Macauley has obtained a wealth of experience through education and is a professor of multimedia and performing arts. She has obtained at the following accredited qualifications: 


MPhil/PhD in Multimedia Collaboration
Post Graduate Degree in Performance {PGDip} UK 
BA Honours in Contemporary dance London Contemporary Dance School
SUNY Purchase New York, USA
Masters in Fine Arts in Choreography, University of Roehampton United Kingdom
BTEC National Diploma in Performing Arts, 
National Vocational Qualification Level 3 Personal Training for the Performer. 


- Guildhall School of Music Collaborations
- Royal Academy of Music Collaborations
- Phoenix Dance Theatre, CC Laboratory
- Dance East Choreographic Award
- Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Dance Base
- Arhus Demark, International Choreographic Laboratory
- Masdanza, International Choreographic Award
- Finalist in the VI Choreography Competition Spain
- Jacobs Pillow Boston, Choreographic Award , USA
- DUMBO choreographic festival New York

IDI, provide the following Activities:

Projects, Workshops, Residencies, Summer Programs

Annual Event, InDance Barcelona, Dance and Technology through international collaboration

2D, 3D Video, Avatar, Dance Films, Screen Dance


Designed to support theatre performers affected by restrictions with  COVID-19. IDI TECH is an online portal to be created as a result of COVID19 social distancing measures. It consists of showreels on Dancers, Collaborators, Performers and Digital content on the creation of choreographic works for IDI.
It is a mechanism to ensure participants can continue to develop skills and knowledge on IDI collaborations with technology.
Paramount to IDI TECH online is the promotion of portfolios of artists who collaborate on numerous activities with IDI. The portal also provides information on future employment opportunities with IDI and partner organisations.

IDI TECH will be launched soon!

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