Sarah Baltzinger became a dancer at the age of eighteen and worked as a performer for various choreographers; Bernard Baumgarten (LU), Peter Mika (ES), Corinne Lanselle (FR), Helder Seabra (BE), Wayne Parsons (EN).
At the same time, she is carrying out her own work which is characterised by an organic, elastic and distorted body language. Her choreographic work is characterised by a research on the exhibition of bodies and their deconstruction. Through choreographic objects that combines polymorphic aesthetics in a multidisciplinary approach, she uses the body, in connection with different materials, as a complex tool of endless possibilities aimed to transform our look and perception on the
natural approach of movement.
Concerned with the dysfunctional patterns of society and our ability to create disorder, she wishes to create singular and revealing objects in order to question the
links that unite us and the strangeness of performing and representing social identities.
She has four creations to her credit, FURY, WHAT DOES NOT BELONG TO US, DON’T YOU SEE IT COMING and ROUGE EST UNE COULEUR FROIDE. She is currently working at producing her new choreographic work: VENUS ANATOMIC, a piece for five female dancers.