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Scheherazade Zambrano Orozco

Scheherazade Zambrano Orozco is a dance artist interested in the exploration and study of the potentiality of movement as a bodily practice. In the co-direction of the company La Malagua, she focuses on possible relationships between the state of the body and spatiality, and the feeling of embodying a multiplicity of possible times. She defended her PhD in artistic research and creation with a thesis entitled Building an intimate architecture: a research-creation on choreography as an extended field (Université de Lille, 2021), and graduated with a degree in choreography from the Choreographic Research Centre of the National Institute of Fine Arts in Mexico. She currently resides in Lille, where she has been an associate artist at Théâtre de L'Oiseau Mouche for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 seasons, an artist at Happynest #3 in 2019-2020, where she created my first choreographic solo piece, K( )SA. She was also a scenic artist in residence Pas a Pas for DRAC Hauts-de-France at Le Vivat, during the 2018-2019 season. In January 2022, she created a second solo, KUXTÚ, and in July 2022, she created the site-specific piece "Cellules, kilomètres et ce qui nous manque" with seven actors from the company Oiseau Mouche and six citizens of Roubaix, France, which was performed at Parc Barbieux. In 2014, she created a Choreographic Laboratory: a space for the transmission and exchange of choreographic practices and thoughts, that still functions in co-direction today. She shares her expertise with several institutions, including the master’s and bachelor's degree programs in dance at the University of Lille and the National Choreographic Development Centre at the Gymnase CDCN-Hauts de France.

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