Emmanuelle Vincent (France, 1978) is educated in theatre and contemporary dance and has been working as a choreographer, director,  dancer and pedagogue.

Emmanuelle Vincent (France, 1978), is a choreographer, dancer and director of the dance and hybrid forms company t.r.a.n.s.i.t.s.c.a.p.e. since 2003. 

She has been trained in theater and contemporary dance and works as choreographer, dancer and educator. She holds a degree in Pedagogy in the field of Theater from the University of Bordeaux and a Master in Performing Arts from La Sorbonne-Nouvelle Paris, where she developed a research on “the movement in the digital age”, directed by Georges Banu. She builds her choreographic research in several countries and uses all the opportunities she gets to travel and meet international artists with various talents.

Co-founder of the transcultural art laboratory Máy xay sinh tố, she lives and works between Brussels and Ho Chi Minh City. These journeys feed a need for space and perspective, which constantly pushes her to question herself.
 

She teaches “Didactics of dance and expression" at the Faculty of Motor Sciences at University of Louvain-la-Neuve,  she runs the school of Dance “La Confiserie” and she gives workshops in Performance Art at the Ho Chi Minh City University of Fine Arts.

 

 


 

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