Agata Maszkiewicz is a choreographer, performer and a dancer. In her work she uses different forms creating dance/theatre performances, videos, installations and texts where choreography is used as the main dramaturgical tool. She likes tracing various social patterns and transforming them on stage in a humorous as well as poetic way. The Austrian critic Helmut Ploebst called her a sociocritical choreographer. In October 2009 she graduated Institute of Dance Arts at the Anton Bruckner Privatuniversitaet in Linz, Austria (Master of Arts M.A.). She is a recipient of the DanceWeb 2006 scholarship program. From January till June 2007 she continued her education in the Centre Choreoghraphique National (CCN) in Montpellier as a participant of the ex.e.r.ce program (under the guidance of Xavier Le Roy). She works, among others, with the collective Superamas (You dream, BIG3 happy/end, Casino). Ivana Muller (60 minutes of opportunism) and creates her own work (installation snowflakes, solo POLSKA. She collaborated with Anne Juren, Marian Baillot and Alix Eynaudi on the piece Komposition. Together with Alix Eynaudi, she created a video-performance The Visitants and later on, a piece Long long short long short. Her last production Don Kiewicz & Sanczo Waniec had its premiere in December 2011 in brut theatre, Vienna.