AURELIE HOEGY

Artist & Designer

project/

Offset Dancers Performance

OFFSET DANCERS
PERFORMANCE

20 minutes | 2016


Invited for the Do Disturb festival at Palais de Tokyo
to create a performance around the Dancers chairs
collection, Aurelie Hoegy starts a new research with
Offset performance; working and approaching with
performance & dance her design process.
The performance is then invited by Susanne Van Hagen
in London and Brussels during two Contemporary Design
and art exhibitions (What’s Up and Breaking & Construct).
Hoegy collaborates with the London sound composer
Scanner, the contemporary dancers Namkyung Kim,
Thu Anh Nguyen, Claire Seigle Goujon, Anna De Palhen,
Jean capeille and the costume maker Cecile Germain.
A new performance was created in collaboration with
David Lynch’s Silencio club in Paris, supported by Siencio,
Paris Design week M&O and Design Academy Eindhoven.

COSTUMES
OFFSET DANCERS
PERFORMANCE

2016

Neoprene, cotton, latex

The study of the dancer’s body in motion, combined
with an experimental research on costumes, allowed
to stage a visual work focused on the transformation
between body and object and its hybridisation.
A collaboration was lead with the costume designer
and dancer Cécile Germain.




Creation: 2016
Direction & Design Concept: Aurelie Hoegy |
with the help of Eric Arnal Burtschy for the choreography
Costumes: Aurelie Hoegy & Cecile Germain
Dancers: Namkyung Kim, Thu Anh Nguyen, Claire Seigle Goujon,
Jean capeille
Sound Design: Scanner aka Robin Rimbaud
Film & Photos: Bruno Pellarin
Support: Palais de Tokyo, 1992, Siencio, Paris Design week M&O
and Design Academy Eindhoven