Anne-Flore de Rochambeau evolves as a performer and choreographer on the montreal scenes and its surroundings, in Toronto and in France since 2013. Exploring the social nature of the individual, her compositions reflect unconscious mechanisms that characterize our interactions. Investing space with a refined aesthetic, she proposes an organic and intuitive language to awaken a sensory relationship with the audience.
In parallel, she has co-created Alt-shift with the choreographer Liliane Moussa. Their collective aims to develop in situ and immersive choreographic projects, such as Entrelacs which has been successfully touring through Quebec, BC and France since 2015.
In 2018, while the choreographer reveals Lore, a participative proposition focused on the encounter with the audience, the collective develops, in collaboration with Simon Laroche and Danny Perreault, Laboratoire Popmolle, an immersive and multidisciplinary experience where dance interact with digital arts.