Vincent Dunoyer

Vincent Dunoyer (Neuilly-sur-Seine, 1962) began his professional career in 1989 as a dancer for Wim Vandekeybus, then joined Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s company Rosas from 1990 to 1996. In 1997/98, he performed and toured internationally 3 solos for Vincent, choreographed for him by The Wooster Group, Steve Paxton and De Keersmaeker. Since 1998, he has worked as a free-lance dancer (for Rosas, Raimund Hoghe...) and as a choreographer, creating etude #31 (1999) together with photographer Mirjam Devriendt, Vanity (1999) for which he received the Mouson Award from the Mousonturm Arts Center in Frankfurt, The Princess Project (2001), Solos for Others (2003), Cadavre Exquis (2005), created with 33 young dancers from the school PARTS in Brussels, Sister (2007), a duo with Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Encore (2009), reconstruction of his repertoire as a dancer. In 2010, his interest in visual arts took form in Performance of a Portrait, collaboration with painter Lucas Devriendt in Kortrijk's Broelmuseum, which served as a canvas for Pairforming, exhibiting dances, videos and drawings during the 2011 edition of the Performatik festival in Kaaitheater. He also works as a mentor and gives workshops for a.pass (advanced performance and scenography studies in Antwerp) and the Inter-University Center for Dance in Berlin (november 2011).

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