Groupe Entorse, founded by Raphaëlle Latini in 2007, has collaborated with artists from a wide range of fields (including dancers, actors and lighting designers), creating shows, performances and installations which mix choreography, music, set design and lighting, and permanently require the exploration of all possible interactions between these fields.
The Groupe’s specific project isn’t so much the formalistic search for a signature movement, but rather the desire to create a resonance, to constantly tune in to this transdisciplinary artistic process which constitutes its singular object.
Right from the beginning, each of the Groupe’s project is thought and conceived as much for the stage as for alternative spaces and audiences.
It is collective work, fed by the perspective each artist brings to the materials offered by the others. Simultaneously performance, concert and installation, each work changes under the influences of its participants as well as the many possible interactions between them. In addition to this framework which is unique to the Groupe Entorse, the ability to improvize is strongly encouraged, bringing a unique flavor to each performance, involving the acceptance of a direct risk to the performers as well as for the spectators.
Groupe Entorse has been resident in the region of Basse-Normandie since its inception. A network of loyal partners, both institutional and production partners, accompany the company. It is registered with the DRAC and the Normandie region for support in structuration and also receives support from the Conseil Général of Calvados, the city of Caen and ODIA Normandie.
She was born in Ashkelon, Israel in 1982 and earned her degree from the Music and Dance School of Ashkelon in 2000. Read more
Having earned his diploma in stage management at the Gabriel Guist’hau high school in Nantes in 2008, he has worked as a sound designer (performing arts and video), as well as a sound engineer and stage manager. Read more
She has worked in theatre with Stéphane Braunschweig, Georges Lavaudant, Lukas Hemleb, Jean-François Sivadier, and in dance with Susan Buirge, Michèle Noiret and the Percussions of Strasbourg, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Olivia Grandville and Vincent Dupont. Read more
He was born in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, in 1973. A multi-faceted artist, Mathias DELPLANQUE is an electronic music composer, a producer, a performer, an improvizer, a creator of acoustic installations, a musical critic, an acoustic illustrator, a composer for live dance and theatre and a teacher in the schools (sound creation workshops). Read more
She was born in Rosario, Argentina in 1980. A multi-disciplinary artist, she studied theatre, circus arts and contemporary dance in Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Spain and Belgium. Read more
He trained at the UTBM (the University of Technology of Belfort- Montbéliard) in computer engineering, then at the GMEM (Experimental Music Group of Marseille) in computer music. Read more
Born in Ghent, Belgium in 1983. Marie GYSELBRECHT joined the Peeping Tom collective in 2008. Vader is her third production with the company, after 32 rue Vandenbranden and A Louer. Read more
Fred HOCKE is a plastician and works with image in all its forms: photography, painting, drawing, video, animation, lighting and set design. Read more
Born in Caen in 1971, she has danced since she was a child, studying both classical and contemporary dance. She is a protean artist, a graphic designer, videographer and set designer Read more
He was born in Vire in 1981. After studying dance in Caen and at the CNDC in Angers, Samuel LEFEUVRE moved to Brussels where he danced with the Compagnie Michèle Anne De Mey, then for the Ballets C. de la B. Read more
Danseuse et Chorégraphe, elle se forme en danse classique auprès de Wilfride Piollet au CNSMDP en 1996. Read more
After studying dance and music, Armando MENICACCI earned a Masters degree in musicology and a Doctorate on the relationships between performance and digital technologies at the University Paris 8 under the co-direction of Hubert Godard -- on the analysis of movement. Read more
Michelle is a dancer and choreographer. She studied dance at Casa Hoffmann (BR); in the Essais program at the CNDC d'Angers (under the artistic direction of the choreographer Emmanuelle Huynh) and is currently at AMCH (Amsterdam Master of Choreography). Read more
After studying painting in Paris in the early 90s, Nicolas began studying set design and stage management at the INFAC. In Read more