Brazilian artist, dance teacher, Inspire by Fighting Monkey instructor and independent researcher based in Berlin, moving through the fields of contemporary dance, theater and performance.
Peti holds a bachelor's degree in Communication of the Arts of the Body (PUC/SP, 2006). He has taken the Specialization Course Creating Dance and Art and Education (TanzTangente / Universität der Künste Berlin, 2020) and the Specialization in Somatics in Dance, Choreography and Performance (Somatische Akademie Berlin, 2018).
Most of his projects were created in collaboration with artists from different areas and presented in public spaces, connecting the notions of territorial and subjective landscape. Mapping the internal body landscape and the relational circuits between body and environment, his work seeks the closest relationship between performance and audience, blurring its limits.
This process reveals paths that serve as clues for the choreographic creation influenced by the Fighting Monkey Practice and principles that mix elements of Aikido, somatic methods and urban dances.
Since 2019 he has been a dance teacher at Jugendkunstschule Mitte, Berlin. In 2021 he was a guest professor of the BA Dance, Context and Choreography course (HZT/UDK, Berlin).
Peti collaborates with the artists of Grupo Oito, Geraldo Si and Danilo Nonato, in Brazil.
He is currently artist-in-residence at Plataforma Internacional VeiculoSur. In 2021 he received the Dis-Tanz-Solo Scholarship from Dachverband Tanz Deutschland e.V. As a guest professor at BA Dance, Context and Choreography (HZT/UDK, Berlin, 2021, 2022)