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ARTHUR BERNARD BAZIN

His beginnings were in drama in the outskirts of Paris, where was coached by Frederic Batiste. He continued to train in the French capital combining drama with visual arts studies, following which he was eventually awarded a General University Diploma in Plastics Arts (DUG) by the University of Paris I. In 2007, he arrived in Madrid where he enhanced and furthered his drama and body awareness training at ‘LA USINA’ school. That same year, he began his training and collaboration as a dancer with Camille C. Hanson at the LADINAMO DANZA dance company. Then he participate to the first creation of the LA PHARMACO dance theatre company : “El libro de los Venenos”, directed by Mariluz Arcas, that received the 2009 MALAGA CREA and 2009 INJUVE prizes. In autumn of 2009, he joined the ‘María de Ávila’ High Conservatory of Dance in Madrid and in July 2010 he collaborated with the DEHECHO dance company on “El sueño del Insomne”.

 

In September that year, he was invited by Sharon Fridman (Projects in Movement), to engage in the creative process of “Al menos dos caras”, awarded in 2011 by the Feria International of Huesca (Spain) and “¿Hasta Donde..?”, winner of the first prizes of the Burgos-New York international choreografic contest (Spain) in 2011 and the VIII Iberoamericano contest of choreography Alicia Alonso (Cuba) in 2012. In summer 2012 he participate as choreographic assistant in the “Rizoma” project and still works with this company on the present.

 

In 2010 he start a conducted research with Candelaria Antelo, following which they created a piece entitled “Discordio”, which won the 1st Choreography Contest in Vallecas (Spain). In July 2011 they are invited to an artistic residency in the ‘La Gomera choregraphic center’ where they start the creative process of “Te Odiero”. The piece will be awarded in 2011 and 2012 in differents choreographic contests (Spain, France and Germany). In 2013 they baptise their company HURyCAN and present “Je te haime”, awarded by the 27th Feria Internacional de Huesca as the best dance performance.