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#2 thoughts / impacts

  I was going to write a note on my phone and thought I should do it here so that I could share some (beginning of) thoughts. Going through Module 1, I cannot help but wonder: what had an impact on my professional life, on my approach to dance, to life, to art. Although I might mix inspiration and learning from experience tonight, I thought I should just get this out of my system. This is a very vague and probably non-sense-ish list.  - Dada, Fluxus - La Monte Young, "Draw a straight line and follow it" - Chris Burden - Georges Perec  - Guy Debord - and my world twisted - Lipstick Traces, Greil Marcus. Situationnism, Fluxus, Punk. The Art of building bridges. - Alain Platel, everything from Alain Platel °° Too many men on that list °°  - King Kong Theory, Virginie Despentes - The Second Sex, Simone de Beauvoir  - The factories and the steelworkers, their anger, their poverty, their enslavement to their condition.  - Italy - the far away country, the place they ran away from f

#1 Introduction / MAPP DTP

Hello! My name is Léa, I am 36. I have been working as a dancer and as a choreographer most of my professional life.  I graduated in 2007 with a BA in Art History and Modern Literature from Université Lumière, Lyon II (FR) and in 2008 with a Certificate of Higher Education from London Contemporary Dance School. Since I worked as a dancer in London, Germany, Luxembourg. I started making my own work in 2013.. first as a joke. I was angry, bored, revolted. And things started to get serious, little by little. More money, more support, more revolt, more things to dig and to experiment.  Today, making my own work takes most of my time. Between the production, touring, creating, logistics etc. I do work with collaborators on a part-time basis, but am the only full-time worker of the company really.  I love making.  I have 2 kids. A 4 year old and a 1 year old. Life is full.  I am extremely happy to be part of the MA so that I can dig even further.  I look forward to exploring, thinking, learn