Born in London, UK, and in Beirut, Lebanon, respectively.
Live and work in Lyon, France.

With their background in dance and choreography, Mia Habis and Omar Rajeh explore the physical and philosophical potential of the human body. Their new installation of moving images, Walking in Wrinkles, probes the fragility of the ageing body of Georges Macbriar. The protagonist’s gestures, captured by the camera, provide testimony to his long story. “In fact”, Macbriar reportedly said to the artists during filming, “what you’re asking me to do is summarise a hundred years in a single movement.” Habis and Rajeh’s creation – at once cinematographic, musical, robotic and choreographic – invites the audience to partake in a sensory experience through the fragile yet resilient movements of a hundred-year-old body.