Alina Bilokon started her artistic education in the nineties at the Choreographic Arts School ‘Sonechko’ in Ukraine before moving to Portugal in 2005. In 2010 she graduated at the Escola Superior de Dança in Lisbon and started a two-year program called PEPCC at Forum Dança, where she met French choreographer Léa Rault. In 2012, together they founded their company Pilot Fishes. Projects include as unidades mínimas do sensível (2013) by Alina Bilokon, Léa Rault and Urândia Aragão and Our Pop Song Will Never Be Popular (2014) by Alina Bilokon and Léa Rault. In 2015 the two artists will be working on their new creation TYJ, together with Jérémy Rouault. As a performer, Alina Bilokon has also collaborated with Mariana Tengner Barros, Ana Borralho & João Galante, Miguel Pereira, Loïc Touzé and Boris Charmatz.