Cloé Fournier is a French-born Australian based multi-disciplinary artist. She works as a dancer, physical theatre performer, actor, choreographer, director and curator.
Cloé academically trained in ballet and contemporary dance at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Saint-Etienne in France. She continued her dance studies at the Université Lumières Lyon 2, focusing on the Merce Cunningham Technique.
Cloé has performed in major international festivals in Australia and overseas including: Adelaide Fringe, Sydney’s Art & About, The Biennale of Sydney, Sydney Lunar Festival, The Real Festival, Antidote Festival (Sydney Opera House), Rubaboo Indigenous Arts Festival (CAN), Stockton International Riverside Festival (UK), Santiago A Mil Festival (CL), Sydney Festival, Sydney Fringe and Ulica Festival (PL).
She has worked for acclaimed companies such as Branch Nebula, Legs On The Wall, Stalker Theatre, Strings Attached, Untitled Collective (USA/AUS), DirtyFeet, Pearse Projects, SHH Hybrid Art Theory, The Living Room Theatre, Q Theatre and youMove Company;
Independent Choreographers: Anton, Martin del Amo, Coco Karoll (NY), Kay Armstrong, Emma Saunders, Jodie Mc Neilly, Kathryn Puie, Vicki Van Hout and Dean Walsh.
Independent Directors: Patrick Nolan, Nick Atkins, Michal Imielski, Augusta Supple and Younes Bachir (SP).
She has also collaborated with international visual artists such as Alexis Teplin (USA/UK), Nick Cave (USA), Nasim Nsar (AUS/IRAN) as well as composer Alon Ilsar and Donna Hewitt.
Cloé was also lead actress in the award-winning independent feature film Dead Sunrise directed by Michal Imielski.