Hamburg-based Taiwanese choreographer and filmmaker Jasmine Fan uses her creative powers to create dance films and works for live audiences, sometimes combining the two to conceive multi-layered, artistic spectacles. She completed her classical dance training with a bachelor’s degree in dance and film at the National University of Arts Taiwan. In 2012, she moved to Hamburg to pursue her Master’s in Film at HFBK, graduating in 2017 with her dance film A Walk in Mermaid’s Shoes. As a freelance artist in Hamburg, Jasmine has received funding from the Kulturbehörde für Kunst und Medien, Hamburgische Kulturstiftung, Fonds Performing Arts, and Claussen-Simon Stiftung for her multimedia dance works OHNE ZWEI and MUDRA, her research project Zero of Order, and her film project BARDO. In addition to her performative work, Jasmine is the founder and curator of the TANZAHOi International Festival, launched in 2018, which offers workshops, a dance film platform, and exchange opportunities for international directors, dancers, and choreographers.