Dorothée Munyaneza



Dorothée Munyaneza has developed an ardent artwork. After her meeting with François Verret in 2006,she performs in Sans Retour, Ice, Cabaret and Do you remember, no I don’t. Since then, Dorothée Munyaneza travelled the international stage alongside Nan Goldin, Mark Tompkins, Robyn Orlin, Rachid Ouramdane, Maud Le Pladec and Alain Buffard. Born in Rwanda, Dorothée Munyaneza left Kigali in 1994 when she was 12 to move to England. Then a British national, she studied music at the Jonas Foundation of London and Social Sciences in Canterbury before moving to France. With music, songs, dance and text, Dorothée Munyaneza finds inspiration in reality to explore the memory and the body, individual and collective ; to offer a voice to those who have been silenced ; to question the Tutsi genocide, violence to women, racial inequality. To break the silence and shed light on the scars of history.

Dorothée Munyaneza is associated artist at Théâtre de la Ville-Paris and in artitisc residency in Chicago (USA) with the support of the FACE Foundation, the French General Consulate in Chicago, Institut Français in Paris, and in partnership with High Concept Labs, Ragdale Foundation, Experimental Station, Poetry Foundation, France Chicago Center at the Université of Chicago.

Unwanted

Samedi détente

Par la mer (performance)

Fireball Lily (performance)

Mailles

woad (concert-performance)

L'Autre