Elsa Moulineau, choreographic artist performer

Elsa Moulineau is dance performer and choreographer.

Since 2011, she danced in particular with the Theater of Rivage, the company MUTiNE for two creations of the choreographer Muriel Barra, the collective Aléas, the collective D'Occasion en rue. She worked also with the company Keruzha, the composer and electric bassist Erik Baron ("Time out"), the company Gardel (singing, theater and dance, "Le domaine des Murmures").

In 2015, she became artistic director of the pluridisciplinary company MUTiNE with Muriel Barra and Olivier Gerbeaud; she created and performed "[SchizZo]" in collaboration with the illustrator RoM Montalban, and also "Un moment chez toi", an in situ play for a secondary school with the actor Günther Galbert and the bassist Nolwenn Leizour.

In parallel of her studies of philosophy and cultural engineering, she trained at the Conservatoire de Bordeaux where she received diplomas in choreographic studies for jazz dance and contemporary dance. She thought about the dancing body in a dissertation "A philosophical approach to twentieth century dance"; within this framework she cooperated with the choreographer Dominique Rebaud (Company Camargo) around the creation "Danses ouvertes". A contribution was published in les Carnets d'Archipel Méditerranées, "Le corps dansant", edited by L'Harmattan.

Furthermore she nourished her research on the dancing body and the vitalisation of movement, by interventions as choreographer for various amateur audiences: in schools (from pre–school to high scool), MECS, EHPAD, psychiatric facilities (project Persona! — Company Théâtr'Action), project Egalité des chances of ESTBA...

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