Anne-Sophie Turion

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Anne-Sophie Turion expresses her appetite for the living and the visual in the form of in-situ interventions, performances, shows. In the black box or in the open air, she attacks reality to orchestrate it into fiction. Using humorously the artifices of the theater or the cinema, she creates stories with apparent cogs: spectacular images and scenarios are constructed on sight, letting real life take hold on all sides.

Anne-Sophie often works with four hands: she has designed several projects as a duo with performer Jeanne Moynot (Bordel in 2017, Le poil de la bête and It remains between us in 2018, Belles plants in 2019) and is currently starting a new creation with the choreographer Eric Minh Cuong Castaing as part of their pair residency at Villa Kujoyama (Kyoto).

Founded in 2021, his company, Grandeur nature, is supported by ActOral, Artist support office (Marseille).