Tanja Erhart, born in Austria based in London, identifies as a crip – chronically ill and physically disabled – dance artist, cultural anthropologist and crip pleasure activist. HYPERLINK “http://tanjaerh.art/” Tanja creates her own work, teaches, choreographs, holds lectures & talks about disability, ableism and dance at various events and performed in pieces by Candoco Dance Company, Claire Cunningham, Farah Saleh, Michael Turinsky etc. worldwide. Currently she’s curious exploring movement practices of her 3 different bodyminds – onelegged, with her wheelchair or threelegged with her crutches – and pleasure activism in dance and disability justice, focusing on access, care, desires and dismantling oppressive structures like ableism. The current dance production “j e n g a”, in the making in collaboration with Tanja’s crutches and her dance colleague Katharina Senk, is an interactive dance film and a live performance about pleasure as a juicy resource of movement in interaction with the 2 crutches and as an interface in the discourse between disability and feminism and will premiere in Vienna in January 2022. She is part of Claire Cunningham’s ensemble for “Thank You Very Much” in the 2021 Nordwind Festival at Kampnagel Hamburg.