After studies in history of art in khâgne-hypokhâgne in Strasbourg then in Sorbonne-Paris IV, Léa Bosshard trained in the management of international culturel projects at the Institut of European Studies and pursued research studies in dance at the University Paris 8. She specialised on the links between dance and the museum as well as the poetics of choreographic retrospectives. In 2013, she was co-curator of the exhibition-event Cüpli which brought together young artists from the visual and choreographic arts in Geneva and Paris, and also worked with the choreographer Yaïr Bareli and at the far° Festival of Living Arts in Nyon (Switzerland). Since June 2014, Léa Bosshard has collaborated with the choreographer Rémy Héritier on research and development of the activities of the GBOD! Company. In this structure, she particularly analysed the archives (creation notes, videos, presentation folders, press releases etc) and compiled a glossary. This became an important backing throughout the interviews to widen the stakes, references and processes at work in Rémy Héritier's choreographic writings. At the same time, she is pursuing dance research on formal humour and on the poetics of citation.