Delphine Cammal

Delphine began her choreographic studies with Raza Hammadi, then studied with Anne-Marie Porras in Montpellier, where she obtained her State Diploma in 2002. She is currently studying modern dance and contemporary dance: Cunningham, Limon, and Martha Graham School of New York. Bronze and silver medalist in contemporary at the Concours International de Biarritz in 2001 and 2003.


Her meeting with Odile Duboc during “The Stone and the Dreams” in 2009 will influence her in his writing. Her favorite themes are violence and the act of resilience; she choreographed in 2008 Project Zohar, a play on Nazism; “Crack” in 2010, theme of violence / resilience. She created with Jessica Orsinet “Originelles” in 2011 and “Farley Mattchett” creation 2014, on Justice and the death penalty and “El extraniero” in 2015, allegory of democracy.


She is also a performer in Compagnie Premier Temps and leads awareness campaigns in ile-de-France with Andréya Ouamba.

She intervenes in workshops in France and abroad. In parallel with her career as an artist, Delphine Cammal develops a reflection on cultural production and the transformation of society. She obtained a Master 2 at Paris Dauphine in Management of Cultural Organizations and is a member of the Institute for Cooperation for Culture since 2014.

Delphine joined insightDproject in 2017