Anne Dubos is an anthropologist and a transmedia artist. Her research focuses on both fundamental objects (such as Indian aesthetics, cognition, praxeology) and the design of experimental devices for theatre and dance. Since 2005, Anne Dubos traces the study of the history of Indian theatres and highlights the variety of techniques of the body of the actor. In search of new paradigms, she questions today the emergence of new theories on perception of movement and cognition.
In 2015, she founded the company Little Heart Movement, in which dancers, actors, digital artists, engineers, computer scientists, singers, musicians, anthropologists, geographers, architects, psychologists and (bio) mechanics collaborate. In Paris as well as in India and Romania, she organises interdisciplinary workshops where each actor is invited to improvise, within a recording apparatus both as an author and as an interpreter of the trace formed within the common space of a collective narrative.