Maria F. Scaroni danced in Italian TV productions, trained release-based and post-modern dance techniques and has a degree in literature. She likes contact improvisation and other forms of collectivity and eros, and has been interested in the theoretical side of practice. Her work focuses on the process of collaboration, plays with durational experiences and is featured by a crossbreeding between performance, choreography and installation. Meg Stuart invited her to take part in improvisational events, HAU series "Politics of Ecstasy" and "Auf den Tisch!" (2011) and later on to participate as a performer in "Built to Last" (2012), "Sketches/Notebook" (2013) and "UNTIL OUR HEARTS STOP" (2015).