Chloë Smith is an artist and facilitator who works with people of all ages and backgrounds. Her work spans dance, theatre and live performance and ranges from large site-specific pieces to inclusive community  projects and intimate solo performances.


Currently, Chloë is creating a new series of works around death, grief and being alive. These works address her belief that we don't talk enough about death in our culture and look at ways to think, talk and feel our grief.


Chloë believes that art really can have an influence on the world we live in and makes performances for a range of different audiences. She is interested in notions of honesty, intimacy and community within performance. Chloë makes art because it makes her feel alive.


She graduated in 2012 with a First Class BA (Hons) in Choreography with Visual Art Practices from Dartington College of Arts / Falmouth University.


Photo by Piotr Piasta