Émilie is a dancer-performer, and has been choreographer with La Canine since 2013. Her work is inspired by her special interest in memory, from exploration of the reminiscent figure to the wider notion of nostalgia. She works with constantly transformed body matter, all the while questioning what remains of the journey.

Several years ago she trained with the CDC, Toulouse and has since worked with Cie Voie E, the Collectif de Quark, the Collectif Le Petit Cowboy, Laurent Pelly, Laura Scozzi, Cie Artonik, Anne Collod, Patricia Ferrara, Coraline Lamaison, and more recently with Mié Coquempot, as replacement for a role, and soon for Vincent Dupont.

Since 2009, Emilie has worked on many short-films with the Superior School of Audiovisual Studies at Toulouse, where she has perfected her acting skills and improved her knowledge of film making and directing. Her research into staging is strongly marked by her vision and way of working.

A certified teacher, she also invests time in education and works for several different structures. In 2016, she began a long training course at the AFCMD (Functional Analysis of the Body through Danced Movement) founded by Odile Rouquet and Hubert Godard.

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October 2020

  • 10 October to 4 January
    "100% polyester, objet dansant n° (à définir)" by Christian Rizzo and Caty Olive

    FRAC, Franche-Comté

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