Clint Lutes (BFA Dance NYU Tisch) As a performer Clint worked with Johannes Wieland, Eun Me Ahn, Brian Brooks Moving Company, Yann Lheureux, Tino Seghal and others.
His choreographic work, based on non-verbal communication has been presented at the MoDaFe Festival, the Rohkunstbau Festival, Tanz im August, Biennale de la Danse OFF Lyon, Festival La Becquee, Cabaret Inestable Valencia, Format Ardeche, Institut Francaise Alexandria, Festspielhaus St. Pölten, Globalize Cologne, Theater Freiburg and at the Städtische Bühne Heidelberg. He created work with pvc Tanz Freiburg/Heidelberg, Cie Grenade, Festspielhaus St. Pölten, POSTTHEATER, Collectif Coin, with figure skating champion Katarina Witt, and the Chamaeleon Theater in Berlin.
He was invited to participate in the exchanges/programs: DanceWeb (2006), The Village/Tanznacht (2010), IDOCDE (2011-today).
Co-founder/Co-director of LUCKY TRIMMER Tanz Performance Serie in Berlin from 2003-2010. Co-founded/Co-director of the platform Manoeuvres in Grenoble (F). Collaborator in 2015 on Störung/Hafraah, a collaborative research project with dance/science/philosophy and Parkinson’s Disease at its core, and continues this research today as associated artist to the non-profit DaPoPa.
In 2016, Clint was artistic coordinator for the project 1:59, in collaboration with Paris Quartier d’Eté and Eun Me Ahn. The project was presented again in collaboration with the Theatre de la Ville in Paris in 2019 as part of the project Chantiers d’Europe.
He collaborated as a choreographer on the creation “Chaillot en partage a la Goutte d’Or” at Theatre Chaillot from 2017-18.
Beginning in 2016 he participates in various scientific and artistic research projects studying improvisation and attention in collaboration with the CNRS and Labodanse in Paris.
He has taught professionals, non-professionals, migrants, people with Parkinson’s and Alzheimers, young, old and others in between at ImPulsTanz, CND Paris/Lyon, Sasha Waltz & Guests, K3 Hamburg, Tanzhaus Zurich, Australian Dance Theater, Cal. St. University Fullerton, New York University and elsewhere.