Visual creation stage for the "Eve 3.0" project by Kirstin Huber and Amira-Sade Moodie

Published on 19.01.2022

At the end of November 2021, Kirstin, resident in NYC, and Amira, resident in Berkeley, met at Amira's place to begin the production of the visuals that form part of our new hybrid creation combining live performance and immersive digital art. The very simple idea is to start creating from physical materials and then go digital.

One year partnership with Digital Rise at the Incubateur Le CENTQUATRE-PARIS in 2021

Published on 09.12.2021

Digital Rise, an energetic enterprise dedicated to immersive storytelling, proposed us a collaboration for choreographing a video game in 2020. While working on this project, they got interested in our own productions and open the doors of their residency at the Incubateur Le CENTQUATRE-PARIS during 2021.

Choreography assistance to Eva Baumann for "Personne oder Fräulein Irgendwer"

Published on 27.09.2021

The months of August and September were dedicated to the final phase of the creation written and interpreted by Eva Baumann, an artist resident in Berlin, who presented a cineastic dance solo installation in the frame of the Freie Tanz- und Theaterszene festival on 23 days -26 September 2021, at the Theaterhaus Stuttgart.

Choreographing for Camille Jeanjean in "Lost Path"

Published on 01.07.2021

Through various coincidences in life, the journey brought me closer to Iranian culture, and to the participation in a project that aims to partly spread the vast tradition of dance in Iran, and partly to condemn censorship in bodily expression and dance in the contemporary age.

Eve at New Images festival in Paris

Published on 13.06.2021

Thanks to the collaboration with Diversion Cinéma for the distribution of the pièce "Eve, dance is an unplaceable place", we were able to present our work in the heart of Paris, in the center of the Canopée of the Forum des Images in Châtelet - Les Halles.

Residency at La Friche Artistique de Besançon with the experimental project “Réticulations”

Published on 14.02.2021

The result of nearly two years of dialogue with Thierry Pozzo, professor of neurosciences at the Université de Bourgogne, and director of the INSERM 1093 action cognition and sensorimotor plasticity unit, and Laurent Bonnotte, digital plastic surgeon and psychomotor therapist at the Institut Pitié- Salpêtrière, the "Réticulations" project led us to enter the rehearsal room from February 1 to 5, 2021, to give shape to our reflections.