Agnė Auželytė (she/her, 1991) is a Lithuanian-born dance-maker and interdisciplinary performing artist based between Amsterdam and Berlin. She studied Contemporary Dance at The Scottish School of Contemporary Dance (2010-2012), and is currently continuing her studies in choreography at SNDO (School for New Dance Development) in Amsterdam.
Auželytė has been performing with Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks (New York) since 2014, and has contributed to works by Hana Lee Erdman and Allison Lorenzen, Kata Kovács and Tom O’Doherty, Kathleen Hermesdorf, and others. She has presented solo works-in-progress at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Ponderosa Tanzland Festival, Project Space Festival Berlin, and P.O.R.C.H. Extended. Her most recent work — the performance series UNDONE, exploring the idea of embodied sounds in collaboration with Amsterdam-based musician Stephen Doyle — has been supported by Lake Studios Berlin as well as ada studios in the frame of the NAH DRAN Extended performance series (2019). Currently, Auželytė is busy with research for her latest choreographic work, Ana Chrona: Ten Years of Dance Fiction, in collaboration with Ula Liagaitė.
Her texts, co-created with Shelley Etkin (Vagittarius Rising), have been published by COVEN Berlin and HYSTERIA magazine. This duo has also presented live performance works at nGbK Berlin, 3AM at Flutgraben, GlogauAIR Berlin, Government Museum and Art Gallery of Chandigarh (India), FRESH Festival (USA), and others. She is a member of the experimental sound projects Otolitos, VROUW!, and Dragons/Doyle, as well as creating sonic solo work under the name Dragons. She is a recipient of the Individual Artist Grant in 2020 from the Lithuanian Council for Culture.