Florentina Holzinger and Vincent Riebeek met at the School for New Dance Development in Amsterdam. Their controversial piece «Kein Applaus für Scheisse» was selected for Bâtard and TAZ 2011, and was called one of the revelations of the Bâtard festival for young makers in Brussels. Their second piece, «Spirit», premiered in 2012. Before the première it already had premature showings in several theaters in Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany, where in Berlin at 100grad Festival it won ‘Best production at the Hau’.
The third piece of the trilogy, «Wellness», premiered in November 2013 in Düsseldorf. Florentina Holzinger trained dance and performance in Vienna before she moved to Amsterdam to study choreography at the School for New Dance Development (SNDO) in the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten. She received education in composition, dance and choreography and performed in works by Artists in Residence Deborah Hay, Benoit Lachambre and Ann Liv Young. Vincent Riebeek started dancing hip-hop and street dance in his pre-teens. While finishing his high school education he went to the pre-education dance program at the AHK Amsterdam where he is currently studying at the School for New Dance development. During his education he have worked with artists such as Benoit Lachambre, Simon Aughterlony, Ibrahim Quraishi, Hooman Sharifi, David Zambrano, Gabriel Smeets, Robert Steijn, Renee Copraij, Bettina Masuch, David Zambrano, Jeremy Wade, Meg Stuart, Deborah Hay and Janine Durning.