Choreographer Bernardo Montet and musician Alain Mahé,
both of whom were allies of Ko Murobushi for many years,
will be conducting research creation with dancers and filmmakers in France.
Mon corps. Il n’est jamais un, il est toujours innombrable.
Alors, au moment de Minuit, à l’instant de l’heure zéro,
tendant vers d’innombrables corps enlacés et hétérogènes,
d’innombrables Nijinski naîtront !
Completed his BA in Dance and Pedagogy at the Norwegian College of Dance (NDH) postgraduate studies at Ricks Odums School in Paris (IFPRO) and Horton teacher training at Alvin Ailey in New York.
As a freelance artist Sarjo has worked with dance companies such as Cie Choreonyx (Bruce Taylor), Cie George Momboye, Ko & Edge and Tabanka Dance Ensemble. He has also appeared in the works of various choreographers in many countries. In 2015, he was a dancer for Ko Murobushi's work "Nijinsky a minuit" and participated in the project "Responding to Ko Murobushi" at 2019 in Tokyo.
She has studied ballet and contemporary dance in Spain and France, and is familiar with other disciplines including acrobatics, theater, and martial arts. She dances in collaboration with companies and projects from different countries such as LaMov (Spain), B.F.A.M./ S. Manaï (France-Tunisie), Cuatro X Cuatro (Mexique), and L’Hélice/M. Naisy, K. Danse/ J-M. Matos, as well as operas at the Capitole National Theater in Toulouse (France). She currently works with the companies Hors Sol/ M-E. Wachter and Other Side (France-Colombia), with which she is also developing some personal projects. In 2015, she was a dancer for Ko Murobushi's choreographed work "Nijinski à minuit,” and participated in the project "Responding to Ko Murobushi" in 2019 in Tokyo. Izaskun also graduated in physiotherapy.
After studying contemporary dance, received an award from the Conservatoire national supérieur de danse de Paris in 1993. She has worked with Companies such as Batsheva Ensemble, Ballet Preljocaj, Olivier Dubois, Akys Project and with different styles such as contemporary dance, circus and hip hop. Since 1998 she practices "conscience corporelle et mouvement" with Jacques Garros and Jean Masse.
Having started dance at a young age, Alison won the bronze cup at the Monte-Carlo "New Generation" International Festival with Marie Josée Viviani Academy’s choreographer Vanessa Tristani. After finishing her studies, she joined the James Carles Choreographic Center, training as a "dancer performer" at the “choreographic laboratory.” Alison is currently a dancer for a cabaret.
Cecile currently works and lives in Paris. She completed her studies at Institut International de l’Image et du Son at Trappes (Paris) in 2008. As a freelance artist, Cecile (known also as the photographer Chill Okubo) has worked with dance companies such as Cie Mawguerite (Bernardo MONTET) and Cie Radar (Benjamin Karim Bertrand), as well as Cie Mandorle (François Chaignaud) recently for Récital, which will be screened in September 2021 on Musée de l’orangerié’s website and social media. She also worked as a videographer for Beyonce and Jay-Z’s On The Run Tour II (Europe) in 2018. She directed her first film “Moippen Mama!” in 2016, which has been screened at several festivals (FIFF Creteil, Photo Saint Germain, BFI mois du documentaire au Centre Pompidou) and won the Best Film Award at Every Women Biennial in New York. In addition, Cecile is working in parallel as a director of photography on several projects (contemporary artists projects and films) and has directed a number of artists including Jeanne Added, Mansfield Tya, Lucie Antunes, and Leonie Pernet.