Bérengère Bodin

Bérengère Bodin was born in France in 1980. She studied at the National Centre for Contemporary Dance (CNDC) in Angers in 2000. She then created a trio Les Mains Moites as a tribute to Samuel Beckett. She has always enjoyed mixing disciplines (theatre, dance and music) by collaborating with other artists, including: "Je connais des gens qui sont morts" with Kurt D'Haeseleer, "Je suis un palimpseste et ce n'est pas un animal!" with Nicolas Marie, "Une catastrophe fantastique" with Lenneke Raschaert and Arno Synaeve and "Imaginary Concert N°11" with Steven Prengels.

During her international career, she performed and created pieces for some of the most renowned maestros and artists such as Raimund Hoghe, Joëlle Bouvier, Robyn Orlin, Christoph Marthaler, Philippe Grandrieux and Alain Platel. She dreams of touching a language that escapes any definition and where pure emotion embraces every spectator.