Marie-Caroline Hominal

Marie-Caroline Hominal was born in Evian-Les-Bains (France) in 1978. She lives and works in Geneva and Berlin.

She received a dance training at Schweizerische Ballettberufschule in Zürich and at Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance in London, where she joined for 1 year the National Youth Dance Company. Her choreographic works, mainly solos or duos, are: Fly Girl (2008), Yaksu Exit Number 9 (2010) & Voice Over (2011), BAT (2012). The performances Patricia poses by the pop machine (2011), Cindy punch pop acid (2011), In bed with MadMoiselle (2013). Besides, Marie-Caroline Hominal regularly collaborates with other artists like François Chaignaud (Duchesses, 2009), Clive Jenkins (Opus 69, 2009), Cristian Vogel (music video 1968 Holes), Kim Boninsegni (4 Strobs, Some wax, Screwed up timeline, Glitter, Two voices, One dance, All in one, 2010) and recently with her brother and visual artist David Hominal for the performance Two birds at swim, at birds two swim, at two birds swim, 2012. Under the name MCH, she has made videos that were shown in numerous festivals in Europe and USA. Since 1998 she has been performing with choreographers and companies such as the Tanztheater Basel, Blanca Li, Gisèle Vienne, Gilles Jobin, La Ribot, Marco Berrettini. She was also guest performer for Human Writes from William Forsyth and B.O.B from Dick Wong.