Julien Faure

Julien Faure, born in France, studied performing arts at INSAS in Brussels from 1995 till 1998. After his studies he worked with Pierre Droulers on Multum in Parvo (1998) a creation for the KunstenFESTIVALdesArts, Brussels. As from 1998 he worked with Karin Vyncke, Julie Bougard, Jean-François Duroure and Cie Osmosis. In 2001 he created his first choreography Stamata #1-Et si demain voit le jour.
(AND) (2002), by Grace Ellen Barkey, was his first production with Needcompany. He replaced Timothy Couchman in Images of Affection (2002). In addition to this he also appeared in Isabella's room (2004), The Lobster Shop (2006), The Deer House (2008), The art of entertainment (2011), Needlapb and The House of Our Fathers by Jan Lauwers and Chunking (2005), The Porcelain Project (2007), This door is too small (for a bear) (2010) and MUSH-ROOM (2013) by Grace Ellen Barkey.