“To Da Bone” de (LA)HORDE
photo : Laurent Philippe

Warm Up Sessions : launch of the movement-based series with @(LA)HORDE

Warm Up Sessions : a training for the body and mind. From jumpstyle to ballet, from break dance to contemporary, practice then discuss the indispensable movements and gestures that anticipate a performance - the ultimate moment of sharing with an audience. Each Session will begin with a warm up led by the invited dancer or collective, and will be followed by a discussion on themes bridging
body movements and social realities : the performativity of the human condition, circulations and physical disruptions in a decorporalized era. With the Warm Up Sessions, we aspire to associate bodily effort with mindful effervescence.

Recommended to wear comfortable clothes to move in. Bring your own water bottle.

A series curated by Madeleine Planeix-Crocker.
Its field of action is directed toward exchange and questioning the codes of various artistic disciplines, namely in the realms of performance and contemporary art. As such, (LA)HORDE’s repertoire is multiform and since 2011, has developed choreographic pieces, installations, films and performances.
LA)HORDE is composed of three artist-directors: Marine Brutti, Jonathan Debrouwer and Arthur Harel. A heterarchical structure, in which interrelation and cooperation between members is favoured akin to bottom-up structures.
Madeleine Planeix-Crocker is Associate Curator at Lafayette Anticipations.


Madeleine is also co-director of the "Troubles, Dissidences et Esthétiques" Chair at the Beaux-Arts de Paris and a permanent member of the Scientific Research Council of the ESAD, Reims.

A graduate of Princeton University in cultural studies, Madeleine earned a Master's degree in Media, Art and Creation from HEC Paris and a Master's degree from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS). There she led an arts-based research-action project with Women Safe non-profit, where she now facilitates a theater and creative writing workshop. Madeleine is currently a PhD candidate at the EHESS (CRAL), studying practices for commoning in contemporary performance.

She has been practicing dance and theater since childhood.