Anne Corté is born in 1987, lives in Paris and develops a caustic work concerned about the writing of the multiple.
She started to set up performances while studying at the Marseille’s Fine Arts school. After various experiments in South America, she followed the FAI AR learning program, a two-year training course focused on site specific performance. At the end of this program she presented Experiences de bananalité, a contextual performance playing with pedestrian movements and created the association roure. After several other collaborations, she went deeper to the possibility of experiential dramaturgy with Zéro Avril. A piece which invite some members of the audience on stage, masked by ghosts costumes, in order to experience Death. She currently works on a solo piece that explores vocoders and autotune possibilities on a theatrical narrative.