Fille Du Monde (Child of the world)

Creative thinking

[Child of the world? ]

I was born there, and grew up elsewhere.
I grew up elsewhere and worked someplace else.

Discovering new lands, the child of the world soaks in new cultures, she fits in. She dives into different lives, into new traditions. Meets many people. Her encounters influence her near future, shaking up her plans for the next day, re-shaping her life and building her path.

China, Qatar, Argentina, France, Wales, Scotland, Slovakia, United States, Laos, Vietnam, Italy, Greece, Spain, Canada.

After working elsewhere, I kept going down my path. Found out that a given job is not the same from one country to another.

The child of the world moves with the stones that the World places in her path. She takes in these stones into her journey, shapes them so they take meaning in her life.
The child of the world is constantly evolving, with new data, new ideas, new hopes.

For the girl of the world, the important thing is to know what she is today.

We can define and redefine who we are by each experience we live, and by all that we continue to have. The languages ​​learned, the people who have marked us.

We are ourselves in the way we feel, dance, laugh, smile.


“Fille du Monde” (Child of the World) was created in June 2020 with the will to blend world dances and travel. This 30-minute electro, oriental, Latin American (and many more) fusion depicts how travelling has shaped the young woman. “Fille du Monde” is a joyful, eclectic picture of different cultures. A colorful and exotic fusion of dances !

Created and interpreted by Camila Labaronne

Manon Hostie

Born in Belgium, Manon enters the world of classical dance at the age of 5. A few years later, she decides to make it her profession and devotes all her energy to this art.
Her secondary studies lead her to the school of fine arts in Brussels, where she discovers contemporary dance with Maya Dubuisson. At the same time, she begins a semi-professional training in classical dance at the Brussels Conservatory of Dance.

It is from 2016 that Manon arrives in Lyon and begins an approach to contemporary dance in conjunction with other forms of contemporary art. There she meets Camila, who shares her love of travel with her.

September 2019 marks her departure as a Dancer-Traveler, and later she joins the young traveling company Ad Astra, finding in the company the opportunity to combine her passions, and to express dance in relation to other artistic forms, and in relation to nature.
Thus, Manon develops a body movement inspired by Nature. She lets herself be guided by the energy and the sensations she feels by listening to or observing an element of the world around her.