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History

In 2013, in response to a request for an international tour for the play Cherepaka, Andréane Leclerc and Geoffroy Faribault created Nadère arts vivants and placed fundamental research at the heart of its mission.

Nadère arts vivants is presented internationally on contemporary dance, performance, circus stages, as well as in galleries and museums, including: Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival in Chicago, Festival Sismògraf in Olot, Sala Hiroshima in Barcelona, Festival Grand Cru in Montreal, Palak Akropolis in Prague, Le Plateau in Paris, Can Monroig in Inca, D-CAF Festival in Cairo, Fabbrica Europa in Florence, FIDAE in Montevideo and Festival Lila López in San Luis Potosí.

Current projects include two large-scale works: L'errante, a 3 hours-long performative-installation work with 15 local artists, and The Whore of Babylon featuring The Tiger Lillies, with the London cult group, live on stage.

Nadère arts vivants is regularly invited for creative residencies in Montreal (Studio 303, Théâtre La Chapelle Scènes contemporaines, Maison de la culture Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Espace Marie Chouinard, Centre de création O Vertigo) and internationally (Mains d'Œuvres in Paris, La Métive in Moutier d’Ahun, La Grainerie in Toulouse, Centro Artificio Opificio Siri in Terni, Centro de las Artes de San Luis Potosi Centenario in San Luis Potosí, New Dance Alliance in New York).