To share dancing.

Because of our infinite relationships, potentialities are there. The shapes of form are not yet exhausted and there are no miracles beyond living matter. Though a body in its most radiant beauty is miraculous, it does not imply that nature has exhausted all possibilities of revealing it. adaptation from Austin Osman Spare.


Born in Padua, Italy, Margherita Bergamo Meneghini (alias Telma Ha) is a contemporary dancer since 2000, after transitioning from a career in the Italian Rhythmic Gymnastics Team. She studied Art Management at the University Ca’ Foscari in Venice, then Communication in Art at the University of Barcelona, and Choreography and Interpretation at the Institute of Theater of Barcelona.

She worked as a manager and as a performer with Erre que Erre, then she started her solo career with some interventions with the Catalan artists Sol Picó, Toni Mira, La Veronal. Once she finished her studies in 2010, she co-founded with Tuixén Benet the company Les filles Föllen. She after started to work with several other artists such as Esperanza Spalding, Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca, Carles Congost, Allora & Calzadilla, and regularly creates choreography for music videos, video art, commercials, site specific performances and photography.


Her way of representing dance hardly enters the conventional line, she looks for contexts and alternative experiences, searching the contact with the audience to be, and feel, part of the piece.

In 2017 she has started a new project based on the search in language and technological application.

She has produced pieces which have been shown at MACBA, Fundació Tàpies, Kumu, CBK Amsterdam, L’Auditori de Barcelona, Le Lieu Unique, Tangente Danse, Festival de Nouveau Cinéma, Fira Tàrrega, Ulica Krakow, Danza Xixón, Neu Now, La Tabacalera and Matadero Madrid.

December 2018 / m.b.m.