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CAMILLE CHEVALIER
Dancer
Her dance mixes acrobatics, femininity, fluidity, felinity and theatrical work. With a base of gymnastics, hip hop, classical and modern jazz, Camille joined Le Centre Chorégraphique James Carlès in Toulouse (2014-2017) and was also the choreographic assistant. In 2016, she performed with the company La Licorne directed by Alain Gruttadauria, and in May 2017 she was a trainee at the Batsheva Young Ensemble in Tel Aviv. In 2018, she joined a dance acrobatics training at the CNAC, and founded Compagnie Psaodi with Benjamin Labruyère.

JANE FOURNIER
Dancer

After going through different gestures, hip-hop, flamenco, sevillian, jazz, in 2012 Jane joined the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in Lyon in contemporary section. She continued her studies at Modern Theater Dance in Amsterdam. Her research on meditation and Yoga practice gives her the impetus for a humanitarian mission to Cambodia to teach dance in the orphanage of Siem Reap. In 2017, when she returned to France, she also created Compagnie Fernweh.

MARK LEE
Scriptwriter
Mark is a New York City-based writer, producer and filmmaker with a background in theater (as playwright, dramaturg and director) and literature (focus on modern European literature and literary translation theory). Previously, he was Producer for the feature lm “Lotus Eaters” which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2011 and was theatrically released in 2013 in New York, Los Angeles, London, Toronto and Montreal. He is currently writing plays and stories for text-message-based narrative platforms.


DALE NICHOLS
Music Composer
Canadian composer Dale Nichols found his love for music at an early age, starting with the piano and expanding to other instruments as his curiosity grew. He was classically trained through the Royal Conservatory of Music and participated in provincial music festivals and competitions, garnering awards for performances throughout his youth. For the past four years he has been based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, collaborating with local and international lmmakers, creating the soundtracks to short lms, documentaries, commercials, and virtual reality projects.

KIRSTIN HUBER
Visual Designer
Kirstin is a New York City-based visual and performing artist. She spent 7 years as the in-house Art Director & Senior Graphic Designer at The Public Theater, practicing a devotion to beautiful typography and cultivating a deep love of theater and performance art. Since 2017, she has worked with various clients on branding campaigns, books, lm and theater posters, video editing, projection design, and more. These days, she spends more time on movement exploration, pursuing a latent dream of dancing after having double hip surgery.

ÉMILIE LÉVEILLÉ
Video Maker

Having first been accompanied by audiovisual production and cultural mediation training groups in Paris, Émilie then turned to writing the word and the image: stories about folk music, poetry with an automatic character from short and feature films to video projects, whether in dance, music or video art. All her career and her research reflect a desire to question, almost always, the authentic self. Based in Chalon sur Saône, she evolves around La Méandre.

PALOMA BOMÉ
Costume Designer

Based and born in a free spirited and peaceful place such as Ibiza, Paloma started to develop one of the strongest connections of her life: A love for Nature. During the Metropolitan period that she spent between Madrid, Barcelona and other European cities, she studied the Career of Fine Arts, a degree in Textile Design and developed a passion for Photography. She started to work in Costume Design, first through Opera in 2007 and then in Cinema, Theatre, Performance and Advertising. Her professional path is rather eclectic and a constant dance between costume design, graphic arts and hand crafts and her guide is still curiosity for ‘the other’, the excitement of discovering ways that manifest the beauty in every form of life and art. She’s always searching for new experiences and inspiration while travelling around the world.

DANIEL GONZÁLEZ
Virtual Reality Developer
Daniel is a digital artist born in Colombia and based in Barcelona. He considers himself as an electronic art explorer and interaction design creative, with special interest in sound art, interactive art, empathy research, virtual reality, augmented reality, embodiment, telepresence and social innovation. He received, among other awards, an honorary mention in Prix Ars Electronica 2014 (Linz, Austria) along with Be Another Lab team with the project “The Machine To Be Another”. He founded and directs Omnipresenz.

CÉDRIC LACHASSE

Developer

Computer-aided developer of human-machine systems for the realization of artistic, event or museum automata, resident at Nicéphore Lab, Chalon sur Saône.


LUCIA CANDELPERGHER
Producer
Born in Padua, Italy. After graduating in Economics and Management of Arts and Cultural Activities at the Ca 'Foscari University of Venice, he has held various professional experiences in the cultural sector in Italy and in France. Since 2007 he has collaborated with the Paduan production company Jolefilm srl, for which he has worked on the organization and production of documentaries and theatrical productions. In recent years he has started to collaborate with other production companies, including Miramonte Film, and founded Caravellafilm and Sgrafi.