Dancer and choreographer, born in 1962 in Vimercate (Italy), lives and works in Paris.

For several years, Claudia Triozzi has developed a solo work, which stages a female character in an apparatus that often resembles a complex and poetic assemblage of heterogeneous and domestic objects. Under the cloak of a delirious imagery, each play is a tragic-comedy where sociological chronicle and political history of the body join. At the Laboratoires in 2001-2002, Claudia Triozzi developed research in collaboration with artist and musician Xavier Boussiron. The themes she developed, particularly the notions of competence and learning, have brought her to work occasionally with young students from the Conservatoire Régional de Musique d’Aubervilliers-La Courneuve. Her research also resulted in the creation of a show called The Family Tree. This piece was shown at the Quartz (Brest) and at the Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de Seine Saint-Denis (Bobigny) in 2002, at the Centre Pompidou (Paris), at the Kunsten Festival des Arts (Bruxelles) and at the BBI (Bern) in 2003, in the Festival Objectif danse (Marseilles) and at the CDC in Toulouse in 2004, at the TanzQuartier (Wien) in 2005. In addition, she conducted an art-training workshop at the Laboratoires, working around the body and the voice. The Laboratoires is also involved with Claudia Triozzi for a new piece in 2005.