Gaëlle Bisellach is a director, dancer and object manipulator. As a child, she begun to dance. As an adult, she studied juggling and aerial silk at ESAC in Brussels where she begun her research with images projections.

Then, she worked in Cie du Hanneton as a dancer and juggler for the show “La Veillée des Abysses” directed by James Thierrée.

She founded in 2005 La Manœuvre, an objects, bodies and images manipulation company. She directed “Harmless”, a choreographic attempt for a harmless woman, “Bobinette et Tricotine”, a show for young audiences and “Mue”, piece for 3 circus artists. More recently, she created “Dare to Sea”, a show for young audiences in collaboration with the English company Peut Être Theatre, dive in a love story.

She also worked as a director for Cie Si j’y Suis, Cie du Cardage and Cie Offroads. She leads juggling workshops since 10 years at CRAC in Lomme, ESAC in Brussels and Lido in Toulouse.

Mue © Florence Delahaye