Noé Soulier produces performances, ballets and installations. He trained at the Centre National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse [National Centre of Music and Dance] in Paris, the National Ballet School of Canada and PARTS - Brussels, and holds a degree in Philosophy. He questions how gestures are perceived and interpreted through multiple devices: choreography, installation, theoretical testing and performance. In Mouvement sur Mouvement [Movement on Movement] (2013) and Signe Blanc [White Symbol] (2012), he introduces discord between speech and the accompanying gestures to question how they work together to develop something meaningful. Soulier is a former artist-in-residence at the Palais de Tokyo Pavilion, and won first prize in 2010 at the Danse Élargie [Expanded Dance] competition in Paris. He has also performed at the Paris Autumn Festival (2013) and collaborated with the Nancy-based Ballet de Lorraine (2014).