Loïc Touzé

Loïc Touzé is a dancer, choreographer and teacher. He has notably created the dance pieces Morceau, Love, La Chance, Fanfare, Forme simple, as well as the project Around the Table, with Anne Kerzerho, and the film Dedans ce monde. He is involved in the projects of other artists, in music, theater, circus or visual arts and is engaged in research with Mathieu Bouvier around the notion of the figure in dance, which has resulted in the website pourunatlasdesfigures.net.
Loïc Touzé teaches regularly during workshops and training for both professionals and amateurs in France and around the world. He co-directed the Laboratoires d’Aubervillers from 2001 to 2006 with Yvane Chapuis and François Piron, and directs, since 2011, Honolulu, a space for residency, creation and teaching in Nantes.
What presides over all of his activities is the conviction that a danced gesture is an adventure of transformation and emancipation.