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Traditionally speaking, experiencing art has always been linked to the sense of sight. So, how come art that's intended to be listened to, smelled, touched and even tasted, was and still is so neglected? The idea of experiencing art through basic senses inspired me to use a practice that engage people to interact with the world around us, with all the senses at our disposal.

My practice form is a focus on establishing a physical dialogue using our body as a matter to communicate. Using our senses is essential to our physical as mental health, there is one study that reports that brain scans have revealed that affective touch activates the orbitofrontal cortex, a brain region associated with learning and decision-making as well as with emotional and social behaviours. I engage the body as a tool for communicating that can convey to deeper layers of the physical and emotional system.


I offer different types of training practices.




This workshop is based on physical training and includes different choreographic work tools. I use methods of static stretching and stretching actively in dynamic motion. I work with improvisation exercises around solo works and partner work. In the training, I propose to expand and give elasticity to different parts of the body in order to free tensions and move more freely.

Having a background as a contortionist I propose exercises related to the contortion technique.




This training is about experimenting through awareness and physical presence. As a circus artist I manipulate objects, apparatus and body. In this training the work is centred around the composition of movement, linked to indoor space, outdoor space, body and sound. I propose different movement exercises to open up for the physical language. Starting with an introduction to body movement based on the main premises of real-time composition. With the use of improvisation techniques, we will open ourselves to different ways of interaction. We will approach the body as an open system that seeks to move. The training explores performance strategies to form a dialogue between movement, space and process. I work on different ways to create instant movement choreography in indoor space as well as urban space and nature. 



Belgium, UP - Circus & performing Arts: Contortion, Acro-dance & Impro-Dance

Japan, The Setouchi Circus Factory, Sharing my circus practice

Belgium, There There Company, Sharing is Scary, Sharing my creation practice

Belgium, ESAC : Transform the body through instant composition

Belgium, Aires Libres : Transform the body through instant composition

Denmark, Metropolis Copenhagen: Workshop for artists part of the residency "Body & Architecture"

Denmark, Metropolis Copenhagen & KADK School of Architecture: Bosætning workshop

France, Graine Du Cirque: Contortion & Movement

Sweden, Hablingbo Variety: Circus workshop for parents and children

Belgium, Espace Catastrophe: Contortion movement & Object manipulation

Belgium, Fêtes de la Jeunesse Laïque au Forest National: Circus workshop 

Mexico, Festival Ficho: Contortion & Movement

Brazil, Casa do Caminho: Circus workshop for children

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