Aina Alegre (ES/FR)

Aina Alegre (born in Barcelona in 1986) followed a multidisciplinary training in dance, drama and singing. In 2007, she joined the CNDC Angers (FR) and since she develops her own artistic work. She worked as a dancer for a.o. Fabrice Lambert, Enora Rivere and David Wampach as an actress for Vincent Macaigne and Isabelle Catalan. In 2014 she founded the association Studio Fictif, a space dedicated to the choreography. It allows the creation of various artistic forms like choreographic objects, plastic objects, or educational projects.

The soloperformance No se trata de un desnudo mitologico (‘This is not a mythological nude) was created in the frame of Festival Petites Formes (2011), with residencies in Point Éphémère (2012) and in l’Adriantic – première was in l’Antic Teatre Barcelona (feb 2012). No se trata… starts out as a demonstration of gymnastics, slides towards a staging of the circus of the body and becomes the exhibition of the crises of self re-invention: a performance.

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