Sarah Fdili Alaoui

Project: For Patricia

Sarah Fdili Alaoui is a French Moroccan scholar and dance artist. She is an associate professor at University Paris-Saclay in human-computer interaction, interaction design, dance, and technologies. She is a dance artist, choreographer, dancer, and Laban Movement Analyst. She was a researcher at the School of Interactive Arts+Technology at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver. She holds a Ph.D. in Art and Science from the University Paris-Sud 11, the IRCAM-Centre Pompidou and LIMSI-CNRS research institutes, an MSc from University Joseph Fourier, and an Engineering Degree from ENSIMAG in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science and over 30 years of training in ballet and contemporary dance. She completed a Laban Movement Analyst certification at the Laban/Bartienieff Institute of Movement Studies in New York, USA. Sarah has created several art and science projects integrating technologies in creation, from interactive choreographic work to interactive installations and tools for supporting choreography and dance archive.