Ruth Childs(Scarlett’s)
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On Tour [at]

La Place de la Danse/CDCN Toulouse, France

Photo Credits: Marie Magnin

Les Hivernales/CDCN Avignon, France

Photo Credits: Marie Magnin

Mercat de les Flors, Barcelona, Spain

Photo Credits: Gregory Batardon

Le Dancing/CDCN Dijon, France

Photo Credits: Marie Magnin

CCN de Caen en Normandie, France

Photo Credits: Mehdi Benkler

Chorège/CDCN Falaise, France

Photo Credits: Marie Magnin

Festival Tours d’Horizons/CCNT Centre chorégraphique national de Tours, France

Photo Credits: Marie Magnin

Le Pacifique/CDCN Grenoble, France

Photo Credits: Marie Magnin

About

British-American dancer and choreographer Ruth Childs was born in 1984 in London. She grew up in the United States where she studied dance and music. In 2003 she moved to Geneva to finish her dance training with the Ballet Junior de Genève. Following this, she started working with many choreographers and directors including Foofwa d’Imobilité, La Ribot, Gilles Jobin, Massimo Furlan, Marco Berrettini and Yasmine Hugonnet. Since 2015, she is also working on a re-creation and revival project of the early works of her the aunt, the American choreographer Lucinda Childs.

In 2014 she founded her company Scarlett’s to develop her own work through dance, performance, and music. Scarlett’s favors intimate and collaborative artistic processes, cultivating intuition and the indefinable. In 2016 the state of Geneva awarded her a scholarship and research residency in Berlin of 6 months to develop her own work.

Her first stage piece in collaboration with Stéphane Vecchione, The Goldfish and the Inner Tube, premiered in April 2018. She then creates fantasia, her first solo at the ADC, Geneva in October 2019. Then in 2021 she receives a scholarship from the Centre culturel suisse.Paris and La Becque (La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland) to collaborate with Cécile Bouffard on a research project called Delicate People. In 2022 she creates her second solo Blast! at the Pavillon ADC during the Bâtie festival in Geneva.

Ruth is currently one of the artists in residence at Arsenic in Lausanne and the associated artist at CCN2-Centre chorégraphique national de Grenoble (2023-2024.)

Contact

Lise Leclerc
Tutu Production
lise@tutuproduction.ch

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