Clément LayesClément Layes together with Jasna L. Vinovrški founded the company Public in Private in 2008 in Berlin. In Public in private he developed a method of work that confronts choreography, visual arts and conceptual thinking in a research around daily life objects. This research has led to his solo-work 'Allege' (2010), and 'to allege' (2011), 'der grüne Stuhl' (2012), 'things that surrounds us' (2012), presented in numerous venues accross Europe and North America. He was awarded by the jury of the 38th Infant Festival (Novi Sad, Serbia), and received a prize in "Jardin d’Europe" 2011.
Public in privatePublic in Private research, reflects and questions social, political and cultural structures, as well individual position in this structures. Public in Private's goal in collaborative approach is to broaden up the borders of choreographic language, intriguing different thinking, perceiving and reflecting about own and about other medias. The most relevant aim however is, a further development of choreography as contemporary art form.