Amélie Gaulier is a French-born performance artist and Body-Mind Centering practitioner based in Brooklyn since 2014.
Her artistic practice is dedicated to embodying and playing with the conditions of the body, objects, architecture, ideas, live music, movement and voice.
Among many others terrific people, she has studied, practiced, explored the joy of improvisation, dance, authentic movement and beyond with Meredith Monk, Andrew Morrish, Deborah Hay, Rosalind Crisp, Les Moric(h)ettes, Regina Ramsl, Yasmine Hugonnet, Mandoline Whittlesey.
She has created and performed a series of solo pieces called “Am I An Image Moving” and “Reversible skirt”.
Co-founder of HAM, high art moment collective with Dage Juvelier Keates, Alexis Steeve and Rain Saukas.
The framework for her choreographic and vocal investigations are composed of notions of indeterminacy and nonsense, improvisation, and the generative space revealed by randomness and unfinished initiations.
Her solo performances and collaborations projects with HAM & Ntilit, Shani Ha, Marion Bizet and Yana Dimitrova have been hosted by numerous venues including the Queens Museum, Movement Research, MAD Museum, Chez Buschwik Studio, Art Helix, Glasshouse, Dixon Place, B.A.X, Parson gallery, Triskelion Arts, Hunter East Harlem Gallery, Center for Performance Research.