Lynda Rahal

Saturday, 18.11 22h32

Lynda Rahal born and lives in Paris (1984).

She studied theater, dance and choreography in various institutions in France as, CNR Lyon, Exerce/MA in choreography studies in Montpellier, programm directed by Mathilde Monnier (2011-2013), Art, dance and performance in CCN Belfort and Dance theory in Paris 8 University.

She works as a performer and choreographer since 2008. She collaborated in projects by Xavier Le Roy and Christophe Wavelet (reconstruction/reinterpretation of “Continous Project Altered Daily” (1970) by Yvonne Rainer), Antonija Levingston and Nadia Lauro (Etudes hérétiques in Marseille), Jonathan schatz ( Elephant Rock), Ingrid berger Myhre (Supplies coproduced By Pact Zollverein and Black box theater Oslo), João Dos Santos Martins ( Masterpiece, CCB Lisbonne) , Tino Seghal (These Associations ), Rosalind Crisp, and more recently with Célia Gondol , Nina Santes, Joao Costa Espinho and Mylene Benoit, among others.

Since 2008, she makes her own work using choreography/ dance, installation, sound, video and take a special interest on gestures, languages and process.

She created Re-re-write /Re-re-think a choreographic installation in the frame of the franco-swiss project Cupli supported by The Head (Geneva), Fictions a stage performance in CCN Montpellier and Ackerstadt Palace in Berlin, Landslide / Object 1 a documentary installation (created in Beirut Art Center and Villa Mediterranée Marseille , funded by Roberto Cimetta and French Institute Beirut) and Objects of contagion co-created with Katerina Andreou and Jasmin Ihrac with the support of Life Long Burning and CCN Montpellier. Landslide/object 2: What remains... a performative situation installation in the artistic residency Lote/Casa do Povo, São Paulo, winter 2017. In 2017, she also gives choreographic workshop based on games and playfulness in the frame of La fabrique des savoirs, Nouveau Theatre de Montreuil and others institutions. Lynda is a recipient of scholarships by Danceweb 2016 ( mentor Tino Seghal and Louise Hojer), Festival Transamerique 2015 Montreal and Roberto Cimetta Funds 2015.