Claire is a French choreographer and performer, currently based in Vienna, Austria. Weaving together poetics and politics, her choreographic inquiry is an ever evolving process, driven by her curiosity about the body in a performance context.

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Claire studied contemporary dance and ballet at Lyon’s National Conservatory, and graduated from high school with a Dance and Music Techniques major, as well as art history and fine arts minors. At the age of 17 she was offered the chance to train at London Contemporary Dance School, and enrolled in the BA program. This is where she discovered a true passion for choreography and started making her own work. In 2012, she graduated from London Contemporary Dance School with a first class degree, and decided to pursue her choreographic research in Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, as a student of the International Choreographic Exchange program.

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Claire’s work has been showcased in several festivals in Austria and internationally: TanzHaus Festival (AT) New Faces New Dances (AT) March Hare Festival (IS) Dance Days Chania (GR) TanzHafen (AT) Imagetanz (AT) Wien Modern (AT) and has been supported by DanceWeb, Life Long Burning, Im_Flieger, Tanzzentrale Nuremberg, Wien Kultur, WUK, Brut Wien and Huggy Bears. In 2017 she was awarded the BKA Start Stipendium fur Musik und darstellende Kunst.

She also took part in several collaborative projects such as Phoenix DanceTheatre’s Choreographers and Composers Lab and Random Collisions’ research week in which she kept developing her own movement practice.

Besides her choreographic practice, Claire is teaching concept-writing to artists from all fields, helping them with their application work and with "putting words on their ideas". She is also a freelance dance writer and contributor for Springback Magazine.