Solo exhibition from September 30th to October 13th, 2016
> see her website
> read the Press release (in French)
> read the review in L'EXPRESS magazine (in French)
Rachel Gozlan was born in France in 1961. She studied piano at the Versailles Conservatory and passed her Baccalaureat in Music in 1979. She studied a variety of musical genres, including singing. She worked with Michele Granger of the Paris Opera on jazz and improvisation at the Institute of Art, Culture and Perception in Paris. At this time she also studied Indian singing with Nagesh Vara Rao.
In 1980, she created Ville-Vie-Vide, a showcase of dance improvisations accompanied by the percussionist J.C. Feldandler.
In 1981 she set 'Labyrinthe' to the music of Michael Vinson. In 1983, she put on 'Commemoration' to the music of Polymorphe by Pendereck. In 1987, her dance performance 'Maman les petits bateaux, une trilogie du depart', set to the music of Joel Patin, ran for one month at the Chateau Rouge Theatre in Paris.
From 1989, in the years following the birth of her two children, she began to concentrate on sculpture, where she found a new opportunity to express her love of movement, rhythm and space.
In 1997, she went to live on the island of Syros in Greece, where she continues to explore her creativity. There she regularly runs art workshops for all ages