A space where multidisciplinary encounters inspire each other, creating productions that aim to change perceptions and alter people’s outlook.
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.
Laurence Yadi and Nicolas Cantillon have developed a unique dance style and created about 20 pieces, all of which they toured internationally.
A dancer, choreographer and radically trans-disciplinary artist who utilises live performance, video, writing, object contruction and installations.
Her artistic practice includes text, music, dance, performance and video and has resulted in numerous partnerships in Switzerland and abroad.
Collaboration with musicians and visual artists is central to his work located in the area between dance and performance.
A Swiss-Greek choreographer and visual artist, whose practice unfolds at the intersection of dance, performance, the visual arts and theatre.