Mairi Pardalaki is a Greek dancer living and working in France. She has worked for Romeo Castellucci’s Moses und Aron at the Paris Opera and with choreographer Alexandra Pirici for her Parthenon Marbles; and the Akram Khan Company for the outdoor mass performance Kadamati. She started producing her own work early on, creating the trio Piccole Marquisakis with Hélène Gautier and Francesca Saraullo, as well as The Neutrino Passoire, an arts and science performance imagined with physicist Kostas Nikolopoulos of the University of Birmingham. The Strange Love is her latest work based on a children’s book, created with cellist Gaspar Claus. Sharing dance and movement with all kinds of communities constitutes an ever-growing part of her work. At the initiative of Fanny Travaglino, she worked with young immigrants after the dismantling of the Calais Jungle, as well as with communities from all backgrounds in Montreuil, near Paris, which culminated in the Transhumance performance.