A project by UNESCO-MOST – C.I.P.S.H – Mémoire de l’Avenir
Originally from Paris, Charlotte moved in New York after graduating from the Sorbonne University in French Literature, with a focus on audio visual. She trained at the Martha Graham School in New York City. As a dancer and interpreter, she has worked with artists including Linda Tegg, Caleb Hammond (M.I.T.), LEIMAY (Buto based dance theatre company) and Sidra Bell. Her choreographic and video works has been presente and performed in New York at the Muriel Schulman Theater (Triskelion Arts), Wild Project (THE CURRENT SESSIONS), Center for Performance Research, The Kraine Theater, The HOLLOWS Art Space and Tiger Strike Asteroid Gallery. In Europe, her work has been performed at the Lake Studios in Berlin, and the National Gallery in Prague. She is currently researching dance as a visual form, through an exploration of the body in its environment. She designed dance performative site specifific installations, using objects, materials, sound and lights. Interested by energy, time, and the concept of repetition, she studies the limits and patterns of body in time and space. Lines are often present, whether they are explicit or implicit. They represent to he a mark, a limit point we are all exposed, in society.