Alina & Léa meet in Lisbon, during PEPCC at Forum Dança.


A & L make their first maquette of Our Pop Song Will Never Be Popular.


A & L found PILOT FISHES, with base in Plouguenast – village in Côtes-d’Armor (FR) – Léa’s birthplace <3


PF return to Portugal to create a as unidades mínimas do sensível – trio in collaboration with Urândia Aragão.


PF premiere the full-length version of duet Our Pop Song Will Never Be Popular;
PF & Jérémy Rouault get 3rd Prize + Audience Award at Danse Elargie for a short version of trio TYJ.


Full version TYJ – trio by PF with musician Jérémy Rouault – is premiered.


Alina & Léa decide to go deep in their own researches and 2 solos: almanac & C’est confidentiel. come as a result;
& together they create piece for a gospel choir called TIATR;


PF invite visual artists Fanny Gicquel & Vincent-Mickaël Vallet to collaborate on interactive project CRLT.


Musicians Jérémy Rouault & Laura Perrudin join PF for creation of quartet The Siberian Trombinoscope.




PF – together again – create a duet called Life Insurances.

Alina Bilokon (Ukraine / Portugal) started artistic education in 1992 at the Choreographic Arts School Sonechko in Ukraine. In 2005 moved to Portugal where continued training in dance through seminars and workshops.

In 2010 completed BA in dance at Escola Superior de Dança in Lisbon and started two years program PEPCC by Forum Dança.

As performer collaborated with: Ana Borralho & Joao Galante; Mariana Tengner Barros; Miguel Pereira; Loic Touzé; Paula Rosolen and Boris Charmatz.

photography: Lise Gaudaire | graphics: Kristoff Bertram

Léa Rault (France) studied literature and language sciences in Rennes, and realised radio documentaries in South and Central America until 2005.

In 2006, worked as a coordinator for the Toronto International Dance Festival (TIDF) in Canada. Back in France, started to collaborate in different dance and music projects and graduated from the Contemporary Dance Conservatory of Rennes in 2010. The same year started PEPCC in Lisbon.

Since 2012, runs several creations and courses for non-professional dancers. Her parcours is punctuated by multiple collaborations with several artists and structures.

Works as performer for Christine Le Berre, Cédric Cherdel and Catherine Legrand.

Léa is currently associated with L’L – Bruxelles, for a long term research.