Mea CulpaPhoto Credit: Alex Apt


Remain… They do DOT And The Enemy is… Sorry DOT It’s like we always say Sorry STOP Sorry RESET Sorry for being who we are Female REPEAT Female Just Female She says: “GO!”

In her latest dance-theatre ensemble work, Cloé Fournier re-evaluates the plasticity of the body as a technological landscape in scrutiny of the female form.

Fuelled by a science-fiction trans-human narrative, Fournier develops a movement aesthetic that blends and stretches contemporary and French folk-dance vocabularies to the extreme.

Mea Culpa displays an uncanny microcosm of seven female bodies exploring and exploiting the idea of the human machine: part-mechanical, part-human.

“…embodying the female form as the absolute centre of attention (Cloé Fournier) examines the metamorphosis of the female entity obliged to constantly adapt to a demanding society or to reconfigure, as a means of survival.” Mark G Nagle – Theatre Now 18/06/18



10AM WORKSHOP Riverside Theatres, Parramatta
12.30PM Matinee Performance (Lennox Theatre, Riverside) – includes a Q&A with the artists – General Public welcome

Student: $28* & additional teachers (supervising teacher free)
Student: $22* (matinee only)

Suitable for Years 10 – 12 and Tertiary Students Only

Education Bookings:
PH: 02 8839 3308

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FUNDRAISER: Cloé [F] Projects is super exciting to present their work in Western Sydney where it all started for Cloé Fournier when she first arrived in Australia.
But as we are currently unfunded… so we need your help to reduce the stress.
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THANK YOU: Cloé [F] Projects acknowledges all past dancers who have collaborated with Cloé Fournier during the research development stages through DirtyFeet Choreographic Lab and FORM Dance Projects between 2017 and 2018. Including: Erin Barney, Isabella Bonnano, Mikaela Carr, Allie Graham, Brianna Kell, Emalyn Knight, Alexandra Knox, Maddy Lashmar, Mikayla Nangle, Georgette Sofatsis, Maddy Towler Lovell and Samantha Smith.

Cloé [F] Projects would like to thank Peter Maple for his dramaturgical input for the first stage development of Mea Culpa