Chloe Calderon Chotrani (b. 1992, Singaporean)
Chloe C. Chotrani is a movement artist and writer based in Singapore, her origins rooted in the Philippines and India.
She was a dance scholar with Romancon Dance in Manila and has worked with B Supreme London, Evidence Dance, Movement Research and Gibney Dance in New York. Her creative research is oriented towards her heritage and ancestry, the dance ethnography of Southeast Asia, eco-feminism and the decolonisation of people. She holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Asian Art from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London and a BA in Arts Management from De La Salle - Saint Benilde in Manila completed through a Dance Scholarship.
Currently, she is an Artist in Resident with Dance Nucleus, a guest writer for Arts Equator and works in the field of permaculture (permanent agriculture) with Cultivate Central in Singapore, bridging creativity and ecology. Her side project as a form of ritual and routine is an archive of performing artists from Southeast Asia called Talking Circles. She lives a soft power approach through embodied research as the cyclical driving force of her collaborations and creations