Sofi Gudiño is a dance artist and founder of Inamorata Dance Collective. Raised in flamenco and established in contemporary dance, Sofi’s work is marked by emotional intensity and choreographic risk. Inamorata’s creative focus is on the expansion of flamenco through omitting expectations of the form by classical Spanish traditions. They are exploring strong choreographic and musical risk that are influenced by contemporary, Latinx and queer arts.
In Spain, Gudiño has studied with Úrsula López, Alicia Márquez, Pastora Galván and Ramón Martínez, and in Canada with Esmeralda Enrique, Peggy Baker, Christopher House, Katherine Duncanson, Ame Henderson and many others. As a choreographer, Gudiño has enjoyed residencies at The Toronto Dance Theatre, The Chimera Project Company B Lab, and Dancemakers.
Choreographic premieres include Nuit Blanche, Pride, New Blue Dance Festival, and with their award nominated piece, Picaza, in Toronto Fringe. In 2021, they premiered their first two dance films, SOLA and TAURA, online to critical acclaim.