Nadia Lauro

As a visual artist and set designer, Nadia Lauro has been developing her work for several decades in various contexts (scenic spaces, landscape architectures, museums). She has conceived set designs, environments, and visual installations with strong dramaturgical power, thus generating new ways of seeing and being together. Nadia Lauro has collaborated with the following international choreographers and performers: Vera Mantero, Benoît Lachambre, Frans Poelstra, Barbara Kraus, Emmanuelle Huynh, Fanny de Chaillé, Alain Buffard, Antonija Livingstone, Latifa Laabissi, Jonathan Capdevielle, Laeticia Dosh, and with Jennifer Lacey with whom she co-authored numerous projects. Les Presses du Réel published “Jennifer Lacey & Nadia lauro -dispositifs chorégraphiques” by Alexandra Baudelot.She recieved a New York Dance and Performance Award (The Bessie) for her visual installation in $Shot (Lacey/Lauro/Parkins/Cornell). In 1998 she founded Squash Cake Bureau with the architect Laurence Cremel to develop landscape design and urban furniture projects.She also designed concerts (Cocorosie, Gaspard Yurkévitch, Dani Siciliano). She has conceived the installations / performances: “Tu montes”, “As Atletas”, “I hear voices”, and has developed scripted environments in museums, theater houses, and art galleries in Europe, Japan, and Korea. For the 4th edition of the New Festival at the Centre Pompidou, she has presented “La Clairière” (Fanny de Chaillé / Nadia Lauro), an immersive visual environment designed to hear “Khhhhhhh”, Imaginary and Invented Languages. Since 2014, Nadia Lauro is associate artist to the Extension Sauvage Festival (Latifa Laabissi / Figure Project).