The Make Move Think Foundation is an initiative by dancer/choreographer Lukáš Timulak focusing on multidisciplinary artistic collaborations. It builds on decades of collaboration with Peter Biľak, a designer who contributes regularly to Timulak’s performances. It is a place where the visual and performing arts come together to produce new physical and digital works including live performances, films, documentaries, installations, workshops and lectures.
Lukáš Timulak studied at the Dance Conservatory in Bratislava and the Academie de Danse Classique Princesse Grace in Monte Carlo. Lukáš has danced with the Ballets de Monte Carlo and at Nederlands Dans Theatre where he worked with choreographers such as Jiří Kylián, Wiliam Forsythe, Mats Ek, Hans van Mannen, Lightfoot/Leon, Crystal Pite, Johan Inger and Wayne McGregor among many others. He has choreographed for several companies around the world including NDT, Gothenburg Ballet, Bale da Cidade de São Paulo, National Theater Mannheim and Luzerner Theater. His interest in cinematography led him to intensive study at New York Film Academy, and since then he has worked on a few short films with director Ruben van Leer including the award-winning film Symmetry, which premiered at the Cinedans Festival in Amsterdam. Most of his works since 2004 have been in collaboration with designer Peter Biľak, exploring new concepts for contemporary dance.
Peter Biľak works in the field of editorial, graphic and type design, and runs his design studio Typotheque in the Hague. He was a co-founder, editor and designer of the art and design journal Dot Dot Dot, and since 2013 he has been publishing Works That Work, a magazine about unexpected creativity. His interest in rigorous journalism and storytelling led him to produce the documentary film, Bhutan, a Tiny Country With Big Ideas.
René Vlemmix is a professional in the performing arts, based in Amsterdam. He is specialised in cultural management, strategic advice and internationalisation.
Erik Pals has extensive experience in the cultural sector, both in the field of marketing as well as management. Currently he is managing director of Scapino Ballet Rotterdam.