Madeleine Fournier

Madeleine Fournier was born in 1987 in Paris and currently lives in Paris (France). She trained in contemporary dance at Conservatoire Régional de Paris and CNDC d’Angers (Centre National de Danse Contemporaine). Since 2007 she has been working as a dancer/performer in France, Belgium and Portugal with Odile Duboc, Emmanuelle Huynh, Fabrice Lambert, Sara Manente, Fanny de Chaillé and Philippe Ramette, Jocelyn Cottencin, Loïc Touzé, Rémy Héritier, Léa Drouet and David Marques. She also have collaborated with visual artists Frédéric Moser/Philippe Schwinger and Boris Achour. In 2010, she received the DanceWEB’s scolarship in the festival Impulstanz (Vienna). Since 2008, she has been developping her own research in collaboration with Jonas Chéreau. Together, they created several pieces: Les interprètes ne sont pas à la hauteur (2011), Sexe symbole (to deepen the meaning of the term) (2013), Sous-titre (2015), Partout (2016) and a movie 306 Manon directed by Tamara Seilman. In 2018, she has created her first solo work Labourer.