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60 degrees of separation

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Photo: Quintijn Ketels



Camille Paycha - born in Paris (FR) in 1992 - based in Oostende (BE).

Camille graduated from the Academy for Circus and Performance Art in Tilburg in 2015 with the aerial straps as specialisation.

Since 2015 Camille has been working on her own projects with first the Helaba Compagnie (I ate the entire fruitsalad, for the 500 years death anniversary of the painter Jheronimus Bosch). She then founded with Noortje Sanders and Thijs Veerman The Hangman Radioshow, a site specific performance on the scope of radio. The collaboration between Camille and Noortje continued under the name Radio Sancha. Together they make video works, performances, exhibitions... Their video work WaterRuis made for Oerol Festival was nominated for the Joop Mulder Plak in 2020.

In 2021, she gathered a team for a collective mise en scène of the show Ice Skates And Other Cruelties. Camille is with this piece laureate CircusNext 2021. Camille was involved in the research led by The Circus Dialogues (continues).

She performed The Time Of Our Singing from Janni van Goor and is currently touring  PORTRAITS and PERMIT from Side-Show. She is part of the artistic council of ACAPA in Tilburg and regularly directs, there, collective performances. 

Camille will be in 2024 in creation of her latest piece 60 degrees of separation which will première on the 4th October 2024. Camille works with Je Buro for the distribution of her work ( 



Boegbeeld is an organization producing the work of the two circus artists Camille Paycha and Ruben Mardulier. Camille and Ruben make different kind of work and both have their own specific signature. Nevertheless, they gather around the same mindset of challenging the norms, sometimes through humor with the right amount of naivety, other times through poetry or radicality but always with care at the core of their practice and a concern for accessibility. The organization Boegbeeld reaches through the variety of works, specific audiences both local and international, in different contexts such as festivals, theaters, museums, the streets or the internet. 

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