Andrea Van Eyck (1995, Donostia, Spain) is a Spanish actress and conceptual artist who lives between London and Madrid. Is graduated in Acting and Performing Arts by TAI University (King Juan Carlos University-Madrid). She has trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatics Arts (LAMDA) and also in the Meisner Technique at the Actors Door Studio in London. She has also gone through Vangeline Theatre in New York to acquire notions in Butoh dance theatre. She also is trained in singing and in contemporary dance for more than six years. At Accademia d’Arte ADA Firenze she receives her notions in Renaissance painting techniques.
She has worked for figures on the theatrical scene like Víctor Velasco with the playwright of Angelica Liddell “Maldito sea el hombre que confía en el hombre “. (Teatro de la Abadía de Madrid). She is a member of the Rivas Cherif Laboratory of the National Dramatic Center of Spain in the discipline of Actress, Playwright & Director.
Her journals and manifestos are her starting point and the main tool for all her theatrical proposals and performances. For her personal projects, she writes, directs, and performs. Her first works have been “La Vasca” (Sala Cuarta Pared-Festival Esencia), a playwright who talks about the rape. She is now exhibiting “A project about becoming myself - EXILE”. Where, starting from poems written from her exile in London, she is building herself.
She is currently working on her Architecture, where she wonders what a healed body, spirit & mind looks like. To develop this work she is investigating and taking pictures of cells, her healed cells.
I am a woman named Woman.
I am a woman conceptual artist named Woman.
I am a woman named Woman who believes in transcender
the rawness of being a woman, to make it a
beautiful woman heritage.
Andrea is an actress and a conceptual artist based in London who works on personal and commission