aude lachaise

Aude Lachaise lives in Paris.
After pursuing an undergraduate degree in German (University of Rennes II) and attending the Rennes conservatory, Aude Lachaise enrolled in the EX.E.R.CE training programme at the Centre Chorégraphique National in Montpellier.
She has performed with a wide range of choreographers including Estzer Salamon, Robyn Orlin, Félix Rückert, Nathalie Pernette, Rémy Héritier and Olga Mesa.
She is also interested in singing and performance art and set up a ‘performative girls-band’ — Les Vraoums —  with Maeva Cunci, Virginie Thomas and Pauline Curnier-Jardin.
In 2010 she created and performed a solo piece, Marlon — a monologue on desire, which was awarded the KBC JONG THEATER PRIJS on the occasion of the “Theater aan Zee” festival in Ostend in 2011. The text was published by Lansman Editeur.
Her art practice is mainly concerned with questions tied to writing and the written text, which she tries to stage by mobilising her choreographic tools.
She is currently artist-in-residence at Mains d’Oeuvres (St Ouen) and at L’L – ‘a research place that supports young artists’ (Brussels), preparing her forthcoming project which is a continuation of her previous work on the relationship between text and choreography.

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