Jeanne Bloch
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  • Paris, Paris
  • France
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Since my early childhood I had a passion for dance and performance - which I practice intensively since than - and created performances with our neighbors as my first audience. Still, I had a strong interest in ethics and business and was interested by “concrete utopia” which led me to work during several years with NGOs and corporations on climate change and sustainability. As a result, my artistic work is infused by ecological and ethical considerations as opportunities to examine our relationship to ideality.
After dance and movement, light appeared to be key to my art as the perfect metaphoric element at the intersection between heart and matter, visible and invisible, science and poetry. Thus, the low emission lights featured in my performances and embedded into costumes and objects exist only thanks to bodies and movements of dancers or from the audience…

I have been invited to work as artist in residency in cultural centers such as Gaité Lyrique (Paris), Stereolux-Arts & Technologies Lab (Nantes), Dance tech Berlin, the 104 (Paris), Centre National de Danse-CND (Paris), Carrefour Numérique-Cité des Sciences (Paris), Shadok (Strasbourg)… I am also involved in arts and sciences research networks and has been invited as guest speakers in several international conferences, summer labs and art schools: University of Michigan, Park City Mathematics Institute Seminar (USA), Colloque inter-universitaire arts-sciences-conquêtes croisées (Lyon), Théâtre de la Ville (Paris), ARTEM-Nancy (France), Summer Lab-Imagine 2020 (Portugal), The Year of Light (France), La Faïencerie-théâtre de Creil (France), Computing Human Interaction Conference (CHI Montreal), Paris College of Arts….

Since 2018, I am an artist in residency of Ecole Polytechnique Paris’ Arts & Sciences Program. I also researched and worked on artistic practice as a catalyst for innovation.
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Artist in Residence, Arts-Sciences Group, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris
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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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