Talk by Pauline Blanc

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Kansai Institute of Japanese and French Studies

10/11 19: 00-20: 30

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Choreographer and dancer Pauline Blanc (Villa Kujoyama resident in 9), who will be presenting the opening performance of Nuit Blanche (30/2023 Kyoto Station Building Venue), will talk about her multidisciplinary creations.

Sponsorship:(One company) Dance and Environment

Admission free

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Pauline Blanc

Pauline Blanc is a choreographer, performer, dancer, and sculptor.In her practice as an artist, she explores the body using self-deprecating material that treads the line between absurdity and skillfully manipulates context and a variety of mediums.Pauline Blanc studied dance at the Nice Regional Conservatory, plastic arts at the Villa Arson and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and choreography at the master program ex.erce at the National Choreographic Center of Montpellier. I enjoy coming up with proposals and developing cross-disciplinary experiments for each project.

His creative activities include the Festival Parallel (contemporary art center [3bisf]), Far° Festival (Switzerland), Center Pompidou, Musée d'art contemporain in Val de Marne (MAC/VAL), and the contemporary art exhibition [Salon de Monts]. Rouge”, Nice Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMAC), the artist-independently run space “La Station”, and the National Center for Dance (CND), among others.In addition, performers and set designers include Fanny de Chaillet and Philippe Lamet, Alain Buffard (recreation of the dance work "Mauvais Genre"), Pol Pi, Jules Frierle, Nina Santes, and Adaline Annoville. , has collaborated with artists such as Jonas Chéreau and Antoine Segarra.