Soroa is a dancer, performer, and writer based in Berlin. She completed her studies in contemporary dance and comparative literature at Reed College, sparking an interest in the intersections between critical theory and movement. Specifically, her practice researches the ways in which movement can allow for a reframing of our subjectivity, allowing relationality, pleasure, and bodily affect to guide how we understand ourselves. Her practice is deeply influenced by Gaga, contact improvisation, as well as Berlin's nightclub culture— something which, thanks to a research grant she received in 2019, she was able to spend 4 months practicing and studying. Among others, she has worked and performed with Carla Mann, Mehdi Farajpour, Miguel Pereira, and Oriantheater. Soroa has also choreographed her own works, such as "Serpientes" (2019) and "The Body That Talks" (2018), and worked as a teacher in Portland, OR, where she taught improvisation.