Jeanne Bloch
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Several years ago, I attended a light design workshop and was shocked by the amount of energy needed to light a performance.

A friend of mine was told that one night of their performance in Tunis can use as much energy as a nearby village consumption for a month.

Since than, I looked for energy efficient lighting alternatives along the dance creation process. This led me to various research projects integrated into the dramaturgic content of my choreographic work.

For instance, I combine e-textile possibilities with movement research in order to create an energy efficient dance performance.
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Augmented Dance by Light – Dance-Tech mid-term residency update

Posted on February 21, 2014 at 2:00pm 1 Comment

I arrived at Studio Lake for the Dance Tech February Residency with the project of focusing on a boring but healthy work process… : Creating a codification based on light and movement needs fastidious movement and space cutting out…



“Augmented Dance by Light“ is a research I started in order to figure out energy efficient alternatives to light design. I consider the light rather than the lighting power (energy) as a rare resource to use with scarcity on stage.

Working with the… Continue

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