My name is Lin I-fang. I’m a Taiwanese artist, choreographer, performer and Feldenkrais practitioner. I chose to study dance in France at the age of 21, and while working with French-Belgian-Japanese artists in the late 90s, I began to identify and develop personal writing related to stage and performance. Therefore, I have been collaborating with French and foreign artists for many years, especially Mathilde Monnier, Christian Rizzo, François Verret, Emmanuelle Huynh, Pierre Droulers, Xavier Leroy, Boris Charmatz, Kosei Sakamoto, Su Wen-Chi. Throughout my career in France, I have always been considered as an exclusive solo artist. After creating my company MAIASTRA to develop my own works, I have always invited my favorite artists to cooperate with me in the form of cross-border cooperation. The beginning of ÉBLOUI was during my first year as resident-artist with Scènes Croisées. Where I had an opportunity to work at the century-old Temple in St Germain de Calberte. I chose this historic place because I felt it could help me transform my body, and I started with questions about transfiguration and what would bring about a certain kind of posture, gesture and dance. During my residency in St Germain de Calberte ; meditate on the present, using memories, scenes, images, and shaping to demonstrate the greatest simplicity of what I wish to confess on the stage: it is an encounter between memory and matter, re-examining the state, situation and feelings. In view of our life and work from the 1990s to the 2020s, we reflect on the body’s personality in this space, without the involvement of any electronics or technology, and consider how to view experiences anew. It’s through simple, trivial creations that we can continue to dream..