Rudi van der Merwe is based in Geneva and has been active as a choreographer since 2010, creating a series of distinctive multi-disciplinary works.
The solo works of this artist, musician and director as well as his collaborations with Martin Zimmermann have toured internationally in renowned venues.
A space where multidisciplinary encounters inspire each other, creating productions that aim to change perceptions and alter people’s outlook.
The company created some twenty choreographic works, has an international reputation and collaborates regularly with renowned partners.
Using a playful, complex and athletic choreographic language, Monten combines dance with varied ingredients like sign language and stage combat.
Foofwa d’Imobilité & Jonathan O’Hear produce dance performances – indoor and outdoor – and have also developed an interest in the history of dance.
A key player in the Swiss contemporary dance scene, Philippe Saire has produced in situ performances, short films and workshops.
Recent creations include a cycle of performances centred around the relationship between image and sound, cinema, descriptions and memories.
Choreographer YoungSoon Cho Jaquet has created several dance pieces which focus on audience involvement, Asian and Western art, and memory and origins.