Everyone has the capacity to create. Dance and movement are great means to share what can not be put in words: ways of being, touching, listening, sharing music, use the imagination and play with others. A different way to be one self, a unique way to move. The class is there to put words on our qualities and help to reinforce the confidence in our bodies and our sense of moving. By helping the students to connect to their own material, we work together on how to enlarge the possibilities, how to chose where to go next in order to find new pathways.
I have been deeply inspired by artists such as Anna Halprin, David Zambrano, DV8, Jonathan Burrows and Steve Paxton. They have in common to put art in life and life in art.
Conservatoires de Paris
5ème & 17th arrondissement
l'Ecole de Théâtre l'Eponyme, theatre school
IRTS à Paris, Melun and Montrouge, Institut for social workers
Presentation of l'Atelier Théâtral de Création at Générateur, 2014 Research based on Fragments d'un discours amoureux de Roland Barthes.
Photography Christophe Lavaud.
Choreographic workshop at Carreau du Temple, may 2019
Photo credit : Christophe Lavaud
Fuck that Fake, created together with Olivier Boréel at l'Ecole de Théâtre l'Eponyme.
Performance, text and mouvement. Paris 2018.
Guernica interactive work, IRTS Parmentier 2016
Acrylic painting and recycled material. The characters of the painting are assembled onto the painting during an group performance.
Dance and theatre workshop with Françoise Roche, Micadanse, 2013
Photography Christophe Lavaud
Group works inspired by Basquiat et Pollock,
IRTS Parmentier 2012
Les jours s'en vont, John Fosse.
Direction and choreography together with Françoise Roche, L'Atelier Théâtral de création. 2012
Dealer de solitude with the students from l'Ecole de Théâtre l'Eponyme
Grey, with the students from l'Ecole de Théâtre l'Eponyme. 2009
Institut de travailleur social, IRTS, Montrouge et Parmentier.
Workshops for social workers.
Visual arts, puppets and contemporary dance.