Choreographer, performer and visual artist, Pauline Brun plays with contexts and different mediums, exploring the body with self-mockery and at the edge of the absurd. Trained at the Conservatoire de Nice, the Villa Arson, the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris and ex.e.r.ce at the Centre Chorégraphique National de Montpellier, she deploys proposals between visual art and choreography. She presents her work of performances, installations and videos notably at the Centre George Pompidou, MAC VAL, Salon de Montrouge, MAMAC, La Station artist-run-space, CND.
In 2018, she creates Scruffy shot, a duet with Jonas Chéreau, where she puts the white cube in the black box. In 2022, she created the solo Raide d’équerre at 3bisf for the Festival Parallèle where she uses lo-fi effects to distort space and the body. As a performer or scenographer, she collaborates with Fanny De Chaillé and Philippe Ramette, Alain Buffard (reconstruction of Mauvais Genre), Pol Pi, Jule Flierl, Nina Santes, Adaline Anobile, Jonas Chéreau, Antoine Cegarra …
She’s currently working on Jardins, a group piece for public spaces, and Tie-Tool in collaboration with Marcos Simoes, which relies on misunderstanding as a choreographic and visual tool.