Loup Abramovici

Dancer, performer, choreographer

Loup Abramovici (photo: Sploh archive)

Loup Abramovici (1979) is a dancer and performance maker. Born in France, he grew up in France and Portugal, and moved to Slovenia in 2009. Trained in classical dance since the age of 11, he later had his contemporary dance education at CNDC d’Angers and CCN de Montpellier in France, where he studied with choreographers Gilbert Canova, Loïc Touzé, Mathilde Monnier, Emmanuelle Huynh, Boris Charmatz, Jennifer Lacey, Simone Forti, Benoît Lachambre, and others.
In 2000 he started his dance career working for Meg Stuart, Vera Mantero, Loïc Touzé, Mustafa Kaplan & Filiz Sızanlı, Antonija Livingstone & Heather Kravas, Yves-Noël Genod, Rémy Héritier, Catherine Contour, Yasmine Hugonnet…

Since 2010 he’s developing his own artistic work in Slovenia in tandem with the musician-composer-improviser Tomaž Grom (Sploh Institute), and as a member of two collectives Via Negativa and Feminalz (Emanat). He also worked with directors and choreographers Matija Ferlin, Maja Delak, Mala Kline, Teja Reba, Leja Jurišić, Bara Kolenc, Nataša Živković and filmmaker Ema Kugler. In 2013 he received the Ksenija Hribar Award for the best dancer in Slovenia.

Links: Sploh / Via Negativa / Emanat / Stronger Peripheries