Fabian Chyle has studied dance, theatre and choreography in Amsterdam (SNDO), New York City and San Francisco. In 2000 he founded the interdisciplinary network COAC (Cross Over Art Concepts), which is dedicated to create dance and theatre performances in experimental settings, focusing on context, imagery and innovative movement styles. Collaborators with COAC include artists such as Yosi Wanunu (Wien), Claudia Senoner (München), Adrian Silvestri (Amsterdam), Christian Philipp Müller (Berlin), Cristian Spuck (Zürich) and Hans-Peter Jahn (Stuttgart).

Between 2009 and 2012 he created a series of performances based on the work of Peter Handke bringing together contemporary dance and composers for contemporary classical music. In 2013 he reconstructed, together with Claudia Senoner, the performance „Money“ (1970) by Jan Fabre. Fabian Chyle received numerous grants and stipends for his artistic work, e.g. from the Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg, Stadt Stuttgart, Land Baden-Württemberg and the Fonds Darstellende Künste. Fabian Chyle is on faculty of the Fachhochschule Düsseldorf and is a PHD candidate at University Witten-Herdecke.

Fabian Chyle