Chloe Calderon Chotrani (b. 1992, Singaporean)
Dance Artist & Cultural Manager based in Singapore
As a dance artist, Chloe has trained on the streets of Metro Manila for twelve years, danced on the sand dunes in West Africa, performed a solo piece on proscenium stages and collaborated with dancers and designers to show work in galleries, sculpture fields and at a hair salon in New York. Her practice is diversified, experimental and inter-disciplinary. Essentially, she uses movement to question society.
Chloe's movement methodology is deeply rooted in yoga and meditation as a way of life. She continuously explores a wide spectrum of the movement arts, ranging from traditional to contemporary, it's philosophies and relationship to nature. Her creative research is oriented towards her heritage and ancestry; the dance ethnography of Southeast Asia and eco-feminism and decolonisation of the Filipina people.
Chloe was a Dance Artist Scholar with Romançon Dance to complete a BA in Arts Management from De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde (Manila, 2012). She holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Asian Art from the School of Oriental and African Studies (London, 2015). She has performed with Legit Status Philippines in the World Hip Hop Championships (Las Vegas, 2010), B Supreme (London, 2014), known for hosting the First Women’s Festival in Europe, Ecole Des Sables (Senegal, West Africa, 2015), Evidence Dance/Ronald K. Brown (New York, 2016) and Dance Omi International Collective (Hudson NY, 2017).
Her latest budding research/ritual is an archive of performing artists from Maritime Southeast Asia; Talking Circles.
resume available upon request