Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger
Frédéric Moser (Swiss, born in 1966, lives and works in Berlin) and Philippe Schwinger (Swiss, born in 1961, lives and works in Berlin) created in 1988 in Lausanne « l’Atelier ici et maintenant », an independant theatre company which they co-directed until 1991. During three successive years, they won the Swiss Art award (1998-99-2000), and the Young Art Prize (2000). They represent Switzerland at the São Paulo Contemporary Art Biennale in 2004. Their works have been presented in numerous museums and art centers : Kunsthaus Zürich (2006), Kunst-Werke (Berlin, 2007), Mamco Genève (2008). In parallel, they participate in various film festivals such as Locarno, Rotterdam and London.
The dancers of Schéma 2
João Fernando Cabral
João Fernando Cabral was born in Brazil. He works and lives in France as dancer and choreographer. He received, in 2001, the Açorianos Prize for best dancer in Porto Alegre. In 2005, he began his ’Essais’ training programme at CNDC d’Angers and presented various projects in Angers and at the Fondation Cartier, au Quartier – Centre d’Art de Quimper et à Lieu Unique – Nantes. In 2007, he presented the Mania de ser profundo ou por que eu parei de jogar futebol ? solo produced by the Programa Rumos Itau Cultural Danca – São Paulo and sponsored by Benoît Lachambre and Lorena Dozio and the Ménagerie de Verre. Since 2007, he works as an interpreter and collaborates with producer Thierry Bédard, and choreographers Ambra Senatore (Turin), Eve Girardot ( Paris) and Leandro Kees.
Madeleine Fournier was born in France where she lives and works. She works as a choreographer and interpreter. During her education at CNR in Paris, she had the opportunity to work with Christian Bourigault and Dominique Brun. She also participated in the extract reprises of Désert d’amour and So Schnell by Dominique Bagouet. In 2005 she integrated the ’Essais’ training programm at CNDC d’Angers. She collaborated with Jonas Chéreau for a future duo project entitled Les interprètes ne sont pas a la hauteur and, in parallel, works as an interpreter for Odile Duboc’s Rien ne laisse présager de l’état de l’eau, for the Tagebuch creation, for Laure Bonicel in Bad Seeds and Solaire by Fabrice Lambert. In 2011 she will participate to the new creation of Sara Manente.
Lénio Kaklea was born in Greece, she lives and works in France. She is an artist and interprete. In 2005 she obtained the schoolarship of the foundation "Pratsika" to follow the ’Essais’ training programme at the CNDC of Angers. As an interprete she participates to the following productions: Danses libres (dance recital of ’danse libres’ by François Malkofsky) by François Chaignaud and Cecilia Bengolea, Cribles by Emmanuelle Huynh, Sylphides by François Chaignaud and Cecilia Bengolea, Bad seeds by Laure Bonicel, Express2temps by Hella Fattoumi and Eric Lamoureux and La levée des conflits by Boris Charmatz. As an artist she directed "Matter-of-act", a project for eight spectators intially created for the Athen’s festival.
Agnieszka Ryszkiewicz was born is Poland, she lives and works in France. She works as an interpreter and author of projects. It’s in Paris that the founded the agnieszka&agnieszka ensemble. In 2008, she follows the ’Essais’ training programme at CNDC d’Angers (dir. Emmanuelle Huynh). Her works have been presented at the Performatica Festival, Cholula (Mexico), Art for Children Biennale (Poland), Warsaw Dance Night (Poland), Mains d’oeuvres, Paris, Musée des Beaux Arts d’Angers, Frac Pays-de-la-Loire, CNDC d’Angers. Agnieszka was granted two scholarships by the Polish Minister of Culture and participates, since January 2010, in the Feldstaerke International Program for Young Artists organized by the 104 in Paris, Pact Zollverein in Essen and Cuma in Istanbul. She has been writing regularly for www.corpusweb.net, since 2007.
Jean-Baptiste Veyret-Logerias was born in France, where he lives and works. He practices chant and dance and works both as interpreter and as project author. After finishing his ’Essais’ training programme at CNDC d’Angers, he began developing his own work, He has developed several projects: chambre son (2006), inspiratoire/aspiratoire (2007), breathing choir (Portugal, 2008), Singing with Nicaoax (Mexico, 2009), solo as well as choir projects. He has also participated in numerous collective projects with Europe Tout Court (Germany, 2008) and Five People (Belgium, 2009) and, since 2007, has been actively implicated in the Sweet & Tender network collaborations. In 2010, he obtained the danceWEB scholarship in order to participate in the ImPulsTanz Festival in Wien (Austria).
Nicolas Mémain, for the visit "SARCELLOPOLIS"
Nicolas Mémain was born in 1974 in Bordeaux. He lives and manages his to-do list in Marseille. Profession: Concrete bear tamer, a showman without artistic pretentions, that makes our scary suburbs dance upported only on their hind limbs.