A graduate of the CNSMDP and the University of Paris VIII, Tatiana Julien is an interpreter for Cie 7273, Nathalie Pernette, Thomas Lebrun, Sylvain Prunenec, Olivia Grandville and Boris Charmatz.
In 2011, she founded her company, C’Interscribo. At the crossroads of languages, the company explores spectacular hybrid forms for stage and in-situ, mixing professionals and amateurs, and which question the artist's commitment to the world and the place of the spectator / citizen.
Source: C’Interscribo company
Centre national de la danse, Réalisation
Since 2001, the National Center for Dance (CND) has been making recordings of its shows and educational programming and has created resources from these filmed performances (interviews, danced conferences, meetings with artists, demonstrations, major lessons, symposia specialized, thematic arrangements, etc.).
Meeting with literature
Collaboration between a choreographer and a writer can lead to the emergence of a large number of combinations. If sometimes the choreographer creates his dance around the work of an author, the writer can also choose dance as the subject of his text.
This parcours presents different video extracts in which hands are the center of the mouvement.
Arts of motion
Generally associated with circus arts, here is a Journey that will take you on a stroll through different artists from this world.
Les Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis
40 years of dance and music
The “Nouvelle Danse Française” of the 1980s
In France, at the beginning of the 1980s, a generation of young people took possession of the dancing body to sketch out their unique take on the world.
Body and conflicts
A look on the bonds which appear to emerge between the dancing body and the world considered as a living organism.
Focus on the variety of bodies offered by contemporary dance and how to show these bodies: from complete nudity to the body completely hidden or covered.
Stage theater and studio are not the only places of work or performance of a choreographic piece. Sometimes dancers and choreographers dance outside.
The contemporary Belgian dance
This Parcours presents different Belgian choreographers who have marked history and participated in the creation of a "Belgian" style.
Reinterpreting works: Swan Lake, Giselle
Some great shows are revisited through the centuries. Here are two examples of pieces reinterpreted by different choreographers.