Dragana Bulut works with choreography and performance. In her choreographic practice she treats the theater as a place for social gathering, questioning the different configurations of aesthetics, economics, emotions and their entanglement. By appropriating established social formats she creates performances grounded in the tension between immaterial and material, object and affect, challenging the space between reality and fiction. These social choreographies make transparent various, often overlooked processes of how society choreographs behavior. She graduated from MA studies Solo/Dance/Authorship, University of Arts Berlin. Since 2005 she develops her own choreographic work, which was presented in different contexts (including: HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Tanzquartier Wien, Pact Zollverein Essen, Museum Folkwang Essen etc.) Her current research deals with the commodification of emotions through the lens of social choreography.