Chloé Moglia

Chloé Moglia was born in Perpignan. She grew up in the world of ceramics, fed by the interaction of earth, water and fire. She learnt trapeze at the CNAC, and the martial arts with Jean-Michel Chomet.

She quickly funded the company Moglice - Von Verx with Mélissa Von Vépy . Together, they created Un certain endroit du ventre (2001), Temps Troubles (2003), I look up, I look down… (2005) and they obtained the Award of the circus arts from the SACD in 2007. At this period they came across the work of the Company Fattoumi Lamoureux and participated in the researches of Kitsou Dubois on the movement with no gravity.

In 2009, she takes a new way and funds Rhizome in Brittany, integrates her practice of the martial arts in her artistic thinking and her confrontation to the void becomes another way of experimentation.
This confrontation generates meaning and offers silent questions forming the basis of her shows and performances.
Her solo creations are: Nimbus (2007), Rhizikon (2009), Opus Corpus (2012) and her collaborative creation are: Le Vertige (Vertigo-2012) with Olivia Rosenthal, Aléas with five other aerial artist (2014-2015). She started a new creation called Carla (trio) in 2015.

She also participated in Etonnistes #2 (2012 – replayed in 2015) proposed by Stéphanie Aubin from Manège of Reims, national scene.

Chloé Moglia is an associate artist with Centquatre -Paris, with the Agora Evry and Essonne national scene, Center of national monuments.
Rhizome is supported by the BNP Paribas Fundation, by Region Bretagne and by the Ministry of Culture (DRAC Bretagne) for the development of her projects.