Dylan Brahim Labiod is dancing since the age of six. He received a diploma from the Technical Music and Dance. Dylan worked as an actor for IndaProd Paris and performed and created with the Belgian singer song-writer Stromae and Chaz Buzan. Following graduation Dylan danced with CobosMika Seed in Spain and after one year moved to Salzburg to study and graduate from SEAD, Salzburg Experimental Academy Of Dance. Dylan worked with and performed pieces by Sita Ostheimer, Jan Lauwers, Adrienn Hód, Anna Baslev and Lali Ayguade. Insistent performative states alongside physicality utilized at full capacity is what excites him. In January 2021 he joined BODHI PROJECT dance company.
Dylan grew up with two older brothers where limits were unknown, people used to asscociate them with Malcom, Reese and Dewey from the series Malcom in the middle.
Jaeger Wilkinson started dancing at the age of 4. In 2016, he moved to Melbourne, Australia to commence training at The Australian Ballet School. During his time in the school, He had the opportunity to perform both in The Australian Ballets Sleeping Beauty, and in The Australian Ballets 2018 regional tour of Coppélia. After Graduating in 2018, He Competed in the Brisbane International Contemporary Dance Prix, where he was awarded multiple opportunities for placements in companies in both Australia and Overseas. In 2020 he commenced his internship with Introdans in the Netherlands on Akram Khans piece KAASH. Later that year, he joined Elephant In The Black Box Junior Company in Pau, France. In 2021 he also had the opportunity to work with Jill Crovisier in JC Movement Production’s recommission of SIEBEN. In January 2022 he joined BODHI PROJECT dance company.
Jaeger’s name is very unusual in Australia, and he often had to use Jacob for any orders otherwise no one would know what he was saying. He is happy that he can finally say his name in German speaking countries and people understand what he is saying to them.
Jeanne Procureur is a dancer and visual artist. Jeanne’s early training in ballet, modern jazz and contemporary techniques were simultaneous to her studies in visual arts and art history. In 2017, she joined the Marchepied youth company in Lausanne, Switzerland before entering the four-year training program at SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance). Touched by the aesthetic and the lines of the human body in motion, she approaches movement through both highly physical movement language and minimalistic/somatic explorations. Today, Jeanne is driven by the topics and questions around the sense of identity, alter egos, and the process of physical transformation in the body. As a performer and maker, she unites her interest in makeup, body painting, signing and voice work, with dance and performative work. She had the opportunity to work with choreographers such as Kristina Alleyne, Maria Kolegova, Helder Seabra, Delgado Fuchs, Manuel Ronda, Elena Fokina, Cindy Van Acker and Jan Lauwers. In January 2022 she joined BODHI PROJECT dance company.
I can cut hair, I love to paint and draw as much as I love dancing but what I love the most is to paint on face and body, exploring my or friends' alter ego through physical transformation.
Luisa Heilbron started dancing in 2001 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She started her dance bachelors studies in 2013 in Angel Vianna Escola e Faculdade de Dança. In 2014 she moved to New York City, after receiving a scholarship, to attend "The American Musical and Dramatic Academy", where she graduated in 2016. In 2017 she moved to Salzburg, Austria, to attend SEAD where she graduated with Distinction in 2021 with a major degree in Dance and Choreography. In 2021 she started her masters in dance study at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, in Belgium. Since 2017, Luisa has performed in pieces by choreographers such as Flavia Tapias and Jan Lauwers as well as performing her own creations in festivals in Brazil and Salzburg. In January 2022 she joined BODHI PROJECT dance company.
Luisa never leaves the house without a book, as she believes she won’t have a good day without it.
Ofer Dayani is an Israeli dancer and performer, currently based in Austria. From a young age, his first approach to the arts was music, playing for many years the Classical Guitar. Parallel to his music education, Ofer trained in Martial Arts and Movement practices at the studio of ‘Ido Portal’ in Tel Aviv. Only later at the age of 22, Ofer dived into the world of dance. He got fascinated by the liberation and the endless possibilities that dance offers by playing and exploring with concrete and abstract movements that become means of expression and communication. He joined ‘Hakvuza’ (Contact Improvisation School) in 2017 for one year in Tel Aviv, and then in 2018 continued his studies at SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance) in Austria for a four-year program. Besides his dance education, Ofer is certified as a Hata Yoga Teacher by the 1000yoga academy in India. Ofer worked and performed pieces by choreographers such as Manuel Ronda, Nicolas Vladislav, Maria Kolegova, Oded Graf, and Dustin Klein. In November 2022 he joined BODHI PROJECT dance company.
Olive is originally from Spain and started her dance education at an early age and was personally trained and mentored by Susan Quinn. She has completed eight years of intensive dance study in SEAD, did several workshops in Paris, trained with renowed choreographers from all over the world and completed Yoga Teacher Trainings (RYT 200 + 300) with acclaimed masters from India.
Olive likes to hang out in the cafeteria in SEAD sharing food with other dancers.