Aloun Marchal

Aloun Marchal is an improviser, dancer and choreographer. French artist living in Gothenburg, Sweden.

In 2010, he is awarded the second prize of the Dance competition, “Danse Elargie” that took place in Théâtre de la Ville (Paris), for the creation of “Gerro, Minos and Him” in collaboration with Roger Sala Reyner and Simon Tanguy. In 2013, “Gerro, Minos and Him” is awarded the best dance piece award at the Stuttgarter Tanz-und Teaterpreis festival. In 2017, he receives the innovative choreographic grant from SACD for the creation of Bibi Ha Bibi together with Henrique Furtado. Since 2018, he is co- choreographer at the shonen company with Eric Minh Cuong Castaing. In 2022 and 2023, he receives a working grant from Konstnärsnamnden and the VGR region.

Aloun decided to start dancing professionally when he understood that thinking wasn’t enough. At this moment, he felt he wasn’t able to experience anything without naming it. Something like a wanderer unable to take his eyes away from the map.


AVATARED is a party that quickstarts as a show in the form of a hosted dancefloor with happenings. The evening Dj has prepared and handed over the first 50 min of the party to two stage performers that will be his/her/their Avatars. They will be the hosts of the evening and they will take care of the room temperature by powering it with dancing, dance happenings, micro action performances, electronic music and more. You are invited to join and dance, explore freedom in movements and presence.AVATARED aims at rediscovering the contagion of dancing and challenges you to dance through exhaustion.

A sound and choreographic quartet
SonoR is an ode to playfulness. From playing music to playing dead, from playing dancer to playing at sounding like a seashore landscape, the four performers in SonoR transform themselves along with the games they play.Equipped with wireless microphones, they shape what is to be heard as much as they reveal what is to be seen.

“Bibi Ha Bibi”
A sound and choreographic performance for a duet
Wearing skin-tight playsuits, Aloun Marchal and Henrique Furtado weigh each other up, stare each other down, stand firm in the middle of the stage and let out a cry from deep inside : the challenge is laid down. Face to face, close to each other, conniving and provoking at the same time, they are getting ready. They explore a wide range of sounds and movements with clashing styles, from sports fighting to teasing childish games, from rumbling noises to lullabies, from straightforward breathing to bestial yelling.