PhD candidate (ULille/Le Fresnoy)
Complice @La HEAD - Genève
Residency @UJM/CIEREC

Co-founder of l4bouche
Co-editor @Excès

27.09 More than living (Open source body festival) @Cité des arts - Paris (cur. Ewen Chardronnet & Nataša Petresin-Bachelez)

. Nina et les robots live performance @MAMCO Genève (CH)
. Des voix traversées, IAC, Villeurbanne (FR)
. World Scraps, La Volonté93, Saint-Ouen (FR)
. Secret Garden of Porn, Melt Festival, Ferropolis - Gräfenhainichen (DE)
. Biotopia, Le Pavillon, Namur (BE)

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Written during the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, the first episode of Stream me river reports on a survey conducted in the future. The reading is enhanced by videos, images and live discussions of “crawlers” incarnated by synthetic voices that search the internet and generate, through a program, their own body of texts. These pointers are enigmas to be solved in order to catch sight of a society surrounded by an extreme linguistic capitalism.

The Perfect Fluid is the 2nd episode of the Stream me a river serie. Back from the future, Val and Jean-Claude are on the roof of a building, just before the Apocalypse. The bodies observe each other and come closer, until they experience a carnal fusion with meat fallen from the sky.

In Hypersoupe, 3rd episode of the Stream me a river serie, Val waits for a message from Jean-Claude.
In this semi-improvised reading for smartphone and voice, we dive into a love story at a distance. While setting up the expectation of the text message that does not come, the performance draws a molecular landscape of stream and notifications that repeat, modify, and harmonize themselves.

1. Stream me a river
2. Stream me a river 2: Le fluide parfait
3. Stream me a river 3: Hypersoupe

Augmented readings, prod. Productions Rhizome (Québéc,CA), Le Wonder/Liebert (Bagnolet, FR), Le Printemps de Septembre (Toulouse, FR)