Camille Ansquer

Designer / Wardrobe / Illustrator.

It is through passion for the Performing Arts and the performing arts as, Camille ANSQUER, born in 1982 Brest, undertook studies at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Bretagne (Rennes) where she graduated as an architect in 2007. In the same year, specializing in design, She also obtained the Diploma in Clean Schools of Architecture in the National School of Architecture in Nantes.

During his studies, which lead including one year in Renaissance Italy Ascoli Piceno, it produces two memories with one hand on the investment of urban space by the Arts and, the other on the body and space in contemporary dance.

In parallel, it prepares its first weapons designer in academic achievements,,fr,Shakespeare at the University Theater of Nantes with the director Georges Richardeau,,fr,Mozart for classes of Lyric Art at the CNR in Nantes,,fr : Romeo and Juliet de Shakespeare au Théâtre Universitaire de Nantes auprès du metteur en scène Georges Richardeau ; The Magic Flute de Mozart pour les classes d’Art Lyrique au CNR de Nantes ; trainee designer Jacques Gabel on mounting sets for the trilogy by Edward Bond, directed by Alain Francon at the Avignon Festival 2006. It is also invited two consecutive years in the studio Opera in Creation in 2007 and 2008 in the Festival International d'Art Lyrique d'Aix-en-Provence. For several months, She is the assistant technical director, Governed Vasseur, with dAngers Nantes Opera.

In 2008, Camille sign the staging of Parasites, part of the German writer Marius van Mayenbourg, directed by Philippe Calvario and co-produced by CNCDC. Châteauvallon and the Theatre of Nanterre Amandiers. Thereafter, She designs and creates different set designs and costumes for young theater companies. At the same time, it will be production designer on several short films, to become assistant to the designer on the telefilm Sylvie Olivé The Joy of Life, directed by Jean-Pierre Améris, as well as the achievement of the set of The False Next Marivaux, directed by Lambert Wilson at the Theatre des Bouffes du Nord.

Between 2010 and 2011, Camille various designs and builds sets for young audiences as Wanted or The Child's History of the Cheese directed by Arnaud and Smith The Misfortunes of Sophie directed by Rebecca at Stella Theater Gymnasium. It also undertakes creations featuring actors with autism (A Mahabharata by Cie Casalibus at Cabaret Sauvage) and young people with mental disabilities (The Blue Bird de M. Maeterlinck).

Most recently, she was an assistant on the set of Bowling, film by Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar and produced the stage sets of Barbès Café, creation of theatrical and musical Cabaret Sauvage, and Song of the Swan the Tchekhov, staged by the Theatre Sarah Mesguish Lucernaire.

Camille Ansquer practice also contemporary dance and improvisational theater.


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