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Aline Landreau joined the Formation d’Artiste Chorégraphique in the Centre National de Danse Contemporaine of Angers directed by Emmanuelle Huynh between 2005 and 2007, after several years following the dance Conservatoire and Philosophy studies in Bordeaux. She participed then in 2009 in the master program Essais dedicated to emerging choreographers, and developed performative and sound works, bordering visual arts. She graduated from the University Paris 8 - Saint Denis in 2013 with a research about the spatiality of sound within choreography.

Through movement, sound, and scenography proposals, her work plays perception trouble within the formal and symbolic theatrical frame, and with the fiction of an archaic identity. The last projects such as the sound letters of Correspondances and the related edited booklet, The Outline - second part of a seria about phenomena of apparition and dis-identification created for the Galerie Empreintes in Aydat, Locomotive - collaborative project around a drum set, and Les Brumes - first part of the Appearance seria, explored the conditions for oneself to build up its own gaze, and therefore to set a singular experience through an active sensitive capture. 

Aline collaborates in parallel as a performer or assistant with choreographers such as Loïc Touzé ( 9 ), Kosei Sakamoto (Kaibutsu), Emmanuelle Huynh (Monster Project/Futago, Cribles) and Vincent Dupont (Souffles, L’Étang suspendu, Air, Stéréoscopia, Mettre en pièce(s), Cinq Apparitions Successives).

She also received in 2012 the DanceWeb scholarship of Impulstanz festival in Vienna.

Aline Landreau gives regularly workshops in France and Japan, guided by a continuous interest for somatic technics and favorable frames for improvisation, in various contexts such as schools, hospitals and festivals.

Her practices currently unfold between Nantes and Berlin.

www.alinelandreau.com

Aline Landreau is co-founders of Météores.

Météores manages the production, the development and the touring of her projects.

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