Kim Huynh

Jonglage - Danse

In 2009 I founded the company Sens Dessus Dessous with Jive Faury and since then work with him on choreographed juggling/circus. (Dis)-cordes, a piece for 7 artists and 999m of rope, is our latest creation. Premiered in dec 2015, it is currently touring. Find out more here or watch the trailer!


Cie Sens Dessus Dessous

I am currently performing in the show 4x4 Ephemeral Architectures by Gandini Juggling, a collaboration between two worlds: ballet and juggling. The show premiered at the 2015 London International Mime Festival at the Royal Opera House. Find out more at Gandini Juggling.

4x4 Ephemeral Architectures

Gandini Juggling

Linéa was the first creation of Cie Sens Dessus Dessous, the company I founded together with Jive Faury. It's a show for two dancing jugglers and 100m of rope. Since 2011 it has been touring all around the world with more than 150 performances, and is still touring. Find out more here or watch the trailer !


Cie Sens Dessus Dessous

Smashed - a show inspired by the work of Pina Bausch. A mix of juggling and theater or ... the dark art of juggling! I am part of the original cast and touring with this show since 2010. Find out more at Gandini Juggling.


Gandini Juggling

In March 2010 I joined the company 14:20 , which initiated a movement called "magie nouvelle". I interpreted the pieces Etoiles, Notte and Vibrations. Find out more about Notte in this PDF (french).


Cie 14:20

Blotched , juggling in the world of high fashion. In 2011 I performed in this colorful and experimental show by Gandini Juggling. It was shown at the National Theater in London during the Watch this Space festival.


Gandini Juggling

In March 2005, I joined the Company Jérôme Thomas for the creation of the juggling ballet Rain/Bow that has been performed more than 100 times between 2006 and 2008 in France and abroad. In 2008 I participated in Jérôme Thomas' following creation Libellule et Papillons, a show entirely on roller skates.


Cie Jérôme Thomas

I was part of the collective Bicubic that mixed juggling, object manipulation and numeric arts. The resulting show, also called Bicubic, was premiered at the festival Jonglissimo in Reims in 2008.