Louise Chardon (1973, Paris) studied at the Paris National Music and Dance Conservatory. In 1990, she joins the National Ballet of Canada (Reid Anderson), then the Royal Ballet of Flanders (Robert Denvers) and the Batsheva Dance Company (Ohad Naharin).
In 2002, she takes part with Paolo Rudelli in the creation of the Collectif Lick the Toad and collaborates with him in the realization of some video/performances and installations.
At the same time she dances for Charleroi-Danses (Frédéric Flamand) and from 2005, she’ll take part in some productions of Felix Rückert as Love Zoo, Secret Service and Messiah Game.
Together with Luk Van den Dries she starts in 2007 the production house AndWhatBeside(s)Death and the CarWash Theater, a private space for performing arts. She co-creates with him Ay¨n – La Baignoire du diable and Sensorama, Since 2008, she follows in Europe a certifycating education in Body-Mind Centering and teaches dance (ballet and contemporary techniques), movement analysis, improvisation and principle of Sensitive and Intimate Theater in different frames. In 2009, she is supported by the Flemmish Ministry of Culture for a personnal research project on Intimate and Sensitive Theater and creates the Lab Project.