Etienne Guilloteau

© David Bergé
© David Bergé


Etienne Guilloteau (1976, France) graduated from P.A.R.T.S. in 2002 with his solo Love me two times. He started a collaboration with wpZimmer in Antwerp, where he made the duets Skènè (2004), with Claire Croizé, and La Magnificenza (2006).

In his work, he likes to question the interaction of the various elements that compose theatre performance and representation, trying to grasp the chemistry that transforms those elements into possible narration, meaning, evocation and remembrance. Over the last ten years, Guilloteau has created Prima dell’atto(2008), DAAD (2008), Tres Scripturae (2010), The Gyres (2013), Synopsis of a Battle (2013), Feu (2015), Zeit-Bild (2015) and The Diamond Sea (2016). In 2017, he created Mer- in collaboration with Claire Croizé and Pluto Ensemble. Besides his choreographic work, Etienne Guilloteau danced for artists such as Vincent Dunoyer, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Charlotte Vanden Eynde and especially Marc Vanrunxt. At this point, he is a research fellow at NTA Østfold University / Norway.