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Love Labo’s Residency Opening – “InstantT2020”

The company Love Labo, directed by choreographer and performance artist Nathalie Broizat, is pleased to welcome you at a residency opening on Thursday, February 20th at 7pm, at the Fondation des États-Unis, to present the work in progress for its next show: InstantT2020. The company Love Labo has been in residence at the Fondation des États-Unis since 2015. Nathalie Broizat lived in the United States for 10 years, and her work is a fusion of her American and French experience in performance and choreography. In InstantT2020, a piece for 10 dancers, Love Labo seeks to mobilize the intensity of the moment through games of collages, assemblages and ruptures, creating a universe close to a dream. During this presentation, you will discover some excerpts from the piece, and Nathalie Broizat will talk about the genesis of this creation.

Free entry, reservation required


The piece will be performed :

The Company Love Labo

Love Labo is directed by choreographer and performance artist Nathalie Broizat. She creates a unique style of performance inspired by the 10 years she spent in the United States, including one year as a Fulbright grantee. Nathalie Broizat inherited Rachel Rosenthal’s DbD (Doing by Doing) technique, which she continues to develop both through performance and workshops, while merging it with her own style. Since 2015, Love Labo has been in residency at the Fondation des Etats-Unis at the Cité internationale universitaire de Paris, where Nathalie Broizat develops the DbD Workshops. Her next creation, InstantT2020, for 10 dancers, will be created for the Ardanthé festival in Vanves in March 2020 and previewed at the Danse Dense festival, which supports Love Labo.
Toutes les informations sur les activités de la compagnie : www.lovelaboparis.com
Renseignements sur les prochains spectacles et workshops à la FEU : infolovelabo@gmail.com

About Nathalie Broizat

Having trained at a dance high school with René Bon, Nathalie Broizat began a career as a dancer in Lyon while perusing her university education. In 1998, she graduated with a degree in performing arts from Paris 8 University. In 2000, she received a Fulbright scholarship for her choreographic studies at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies in New York. She spent three years in New York where she developed her solo work and performed in venues such as Movement Research at Judson Church, Dancespaceproject at St Mark, Dixon Place etc. She also regularly worked for the Accidental Movement Company directed by Mariangela Lopez. She then moved to Los Angeles to work with Rachel Rosenthal and was a member of the company for more than 6 years. She also developed her own work and performed in places such as Redcat, Moca (Museum of Contemporary Art), the Getty Center, Highways Performance Space in Los Angeles, the Single File Festival in Chicago, the University of Mississippi etc. Since returning to France, she has been working with Marco Berrettini (iFeel3, My Soul is my Visa) and Anne Rebeschini (HH). She also works for choreographer Anna Gaïotti and visual artists Laura Sellies and Amélie Giacomini as well as Caroline Breton et Anne Rebeschini. She runs the Love Labo Company in residence at the Fondation des États-Unis. In 2015, she received Rachel Rosenthal’s DbD legacy, which she merged with her own work methodology to develop both its pedagogical and performance aspect. She regularly leads the DbD Workshops for professional artists and amateurs, as well as in the humanitarian and corporate context. Performance artist Nathalie Broizat directs the Company Love Labo, in residency at the Fondation des États-Unis. Her next creation InstantT2020 for 10 dancers and performers will be premiered at Théâtre de Vanves as part of Ardanthé 2020, and pre-premiered for the Danse Dense festival.

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