Gaëlle Bisellach is a director, dancer and object-manipulator. As a child, she begins to dance. As an adult, she studied juggling and aerial silk at the Ecole Supérieure des Arts du Cirque in Brussels where she began her experimentation with images projection.
Then she worked three years in the La compagnie du Hanneton, as a dancer and juggler in “La Veillée des Abysses”, directed by James Thierrée.
In 2005, she founded La Manœuvre, a company that manipulates objects, bodies and images. She directs the production of “Harmless”, a choreographic attempt for a harmless woman, Bobinette and Tricotine, a young public show and Mue, a piece for three Circassiennes. And more recently Dare to Sea, a young public show in collaboration with the English company Can Be Theater.
She also directed shows for the Cie Si J’Y Suis, Cie du Cardage, and Cie Offroads. She has been teaching jugglers for about ten years at CRAC in Lomme, at ESAC in Brussels, or at Lido in Toulouse.