Chloé Beillevaire (1989, Lille – France)
After a short passage at the conservatory of Lille (France) she study during four years at the CNSMD of Lyon (France).
Since 2011 she participated to different projects with the cie Ando – Davy Brun Concursus (Lyon/USA), Artopie – Santucci Saillot La barbe bleue (Roubaix), DIEM Dance Image – Yutaka Nakata Diary of a red apple (Lille/Japan), Groupe Noces – Florence Bernad Coco, solo pour une femme seule, Punky Marie (Montpellier), Poetic Punkers – Natalia Vallebona After party (Brussel/Italy), Olivier Dubois – Ballet du Nord Ana Masri (Roubaix/Egypt).
In 2013, she joined the compagny Ultima Vez – Wim Wandekeybus (Brussel) with Spiritual Unity and Speak low if you speak love.
Actually she started the creation Wolfstrudel with Backsteinhausproduktion in Germany and For Love with the compagnie Noces Dance image in France.
At the same time she started her own projects under her cie Nosaltrès, she presented The Shadow of the South, a duet with Natalia Vallebona in February 2017 at Le Garage29 (Brussel) and at STUK in April (Leuven).
The objective of the class is to develop a “technical but not formal” approach to movement for which the keywords are, focus, concentration, malleable center, transformations, bodyʼs musicality, presence and interpretation.
Get rid of it
Through the workshop we will experience an intense physical challenge focused on technicity and the search for a strong and available center in order to let go unbalance and accept taking risks.
What interests me is to polish and refine the transition with technicals and acrobatics movements in order to deform and highlight them within the choreography.
By observing the details and the precision of the paths drawn by the body into space we will search for the right scale of gesture, and experience the feeling of "let go" based on a constant quest of sensations. From improvisations, choreographic materials to partnering exercices, we will play with rhythm, dynamics, switch of emotions, and will be passing through from one quality to an other in order to finally be able to find a personnal interpretation.
It will be a way to try to get rid of the complexity of a composition and to go back to the roots of spontaneity and the freedom of improvisation.