Joséphine Evrard

Joséphine Evrard, born in 1974 in France, lives in Berlin since 1997.
She began to do her own choreographic work with a series of solos e.g. la matière de l'absent (1994), or Not to be reproduced (1999). For many years she has collaborated with Andreas Müller, as cie Ratzan'kor - last der Schwamm (2003). With Martin Nachbar she was co-choreographing Verdeckte Ermittlungen (2004). As a performer and dancer she has been invited to work with Meg Stuart (Alibi, Disfigured study, Visitors only, Massnahme/Mauser and Violet), Ami Garmon, Lole Gessler. Angela Guerreiro, Dieter Heitkamp, Benoit Lachambre, Vania Rovisco, Abraham Hurtado, and with Lindy Annis on The Body Archive (2011), based on the iconography of tragic feminine figures.
Since 2004 she has been more and more involved in working from and with the voice, the voice as an extension of movement, as another site of dance. 2009 she received a working grant from the Senat of Berlin to extend and deepen her research. Her last piece Splet Okoliscin - Out of discord (2010) was created together with the Slovenian artist Irena Tomazin.