Zoë Demoustier is a performer and choreographer under the wings of the Brussels company Ultima Vez.
The body is always the starting point of her visual performances. From movement she makes links to current and engaged issues and creates documentary choreographic work.
Zoë studied at the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten, Academie voor Theater en Dans and afterwards obtained a Master at the RITCS Brussels.
She created the performances What Remains (Ultima Vez), Unfolding an Archive (ism STUK), Beating Choir (BRONKS BE & Le Carrousel CA) and nests & What was and what is now (fABULEUS/Anna Bentivegna & Ayrton Fraenk), and worked as a performer and assistant with Kabinet K, Michiel Vandevelde, Alma Söderberg/Manyone, Iris Bouche/Opera Ballet Vlaanderen, David Weber Krebs and Marcelo Evelin, among others.
In 2021, she was ambassador of Dag van de Dans in which she created dance makers of tomorrow i.c.w. The Missionaries in order to give dance and dance makers more visibility.
“Because I was able to take my first steps as a starting choreographer and because I could feel how important it is to be able to search and try and grow within a safe and warm environment. I also find special the mix of makers, dancers, ages and styles that are featured there, the individuality and passion that emanates from these kinds of projects carries great power. “