Supported artists

This accompaniment corresponds, for the chosen artist, to a help in structuring, a financial support and the provision of work spaces. It is aimed at emerging artists, in order to offer them a global support for the development of their activity, in addition to the services usually offered for residencies. The artists benefit from a co-production contribution for two distinct projects, privileged access to the rehearsal studios, technical support, as well as privileged access to the media library, professional resources, regular training for the dancer and other training offers.

Anna Massoni and Thibault Lac are supported artists from 2021 to 2023.
 

Thibault Lac

Thibault Lac first studied architecture before joining P.A.R.T.S in Brussels, from 2006 to 2010. In parallel to his studies, he danced in The Show Must Go On by Jérôme Bel in 2009, and assisted Tino Sehgal in his exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in New York in 2010. A performer with Ligia Lewis, Noé Soulier, Eleanor Bauer, Daniel Linehan, Mathilde Monnier, Alexandra Bachzetsis and Daniel Jeanneteau, he is a recurring presence in the various formats of Trajal Harrell's project Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at the Judson Church. He also devotes himself to collaborative projects as an author: Such Sweet Thunder, created in collaboration with the visual artist Tore Wallert and the composer Tobias Koch, was awarded the Young Choreographers Prize at the Impulstanz Festival 2019 in Vienna and was presented at the CN D as part of Camping 2021.


Anna Massoni

Anna Massoni trained in contemporary dance at the CNSMD of Lyon. She participated in Danceweb/Impulstanz (2007) and studied philosophy. As a performer, she worked with Johanne Saunier and Jim Clayburgh, Yuval Pick and currently with Noé Soulier, Vincent Weber, Simone Truong and Cindy Van Acker. She created the pieces: Chants (2011), (To) Come and See (2015), a piece initiated by Simone Truong and turned into a collective creation with Eilit Marom, Elpida Orfanidou and Adina Secretan, and developed in 2017 as a triptych including (To) Keep in Touch and (To) Give a Hand. Then Ornament (2016), in collaboration with Vania Vaneau. She created her first solo, Notte, in 2019 and Pièce d'angle, a short piece for both outdoor and indoor spaces (2020). She is associated with Vincent Weber within the same structure that supports their respective works, the Association 33ème parallèle. She is a founding member of LIEUES, a space for artistic and pedagogical research in Lyon, of Rodeo, a multidisciplinary journal and platform for encounters between academic and artistic practices (2012-2015) and contributes to the creation of the and artistic practices (2012-2015) and also contributes to the graphic design of books published by Trentetrois morceaux.