Eva Recacha trained at London Contemporary Dance School, where she now teaches Composition and Choreology.
Eva has performed in the UK with Frauke Requardt and Lost Dog, with Proyecto Babel in Spain and with inFlux in Switzerland.
In 2001 she founded Proyecto Babel, a dance project focused on interdisciplinary and site-specific work. With Proyecto Babel she made work for urban landscapes such as the Caixa Forum in Barcelona and the Goya Fountain in Zaragoza.
Since 2009 Eva has been making her own work in the UK, and she was a Place Prize Finalist in 2011 with her work Begin to Begin: A Piece About Dead Ends. Her latest work is P&J, a commission for EDge inspired by Punch and Judy, currently on tour in UK and Europe.
Eva's choreographic practice is focused on exploring ways of relating movement and text, creating a blend of poetic, humorous, and nonsensical juxtapositions through the interplay of both mediums.