Established by Bouside Aït-Atmane, Iffra Dia, Johanna Faye, Linda Hayford, Saïdo Lehlouh and Ousmane Sy, the Collectif FAIR-E advocates the act of making as a way of seeing the world – a way of appropriating their immediate environment through action and reaction; and, where they can, injecting desire, poetry, fairness, imagination, joy, sharing and commonality. The collective – from backgrounds across the hip hop genre, now operating together with their wealth of difference and respective artistic personalities – span the spectrum of compositional methods specific to their aesthetic field. They were appointed in 2019 to head the National Choregraphy Centre (CCN) of Rennes and Brittany, then given a second term that runs until December 2025.