Henry Labrada Rodriguez (La Habana, 1991) is an interdisciplinary performer and independent dance artist. After completing his studies at the National School of Dance in Havana, Cuba, he has since worked with Danza Contemporánea de Cuba and with choreographers Rosario Cardenas, Pepe Hevia, Julio Cesar Iglesias, Theo Clinkard among others. In 2020, alternatively to his dance practice and movement research, he began to produce music for dance, film and theatre. His first musical collaborations have been created with Chicago-based contemporary dance theater ensemble Hedwig Dances, for the creation of “KAOS”, by Cuban born choreographer Rigo Saura and also for “Corpus Criolla" by Curaçao born choreographer Faizah Grootens. As an independent artist based in Amsterdam, he is delving into his own music and choreographic practice, summarising his artistic work under the notion of the perversion of order and the collective unconscious. Oscillating between the natural and the annihilation of organic logics, he proposes a vibrant sound and a unique symbiotic fluid movement language that derivates from his movement research 'Curvo'. His must recent works are CASA, Dador and Fabián's Series, made in collaboration with Amsterdam-based videographers Adnan Jerbi, Jeremi Baars and Sylvester Van Nieuwenhuizen.