Jörg Müller, juggler, graduated in 1994 from the Centre National des Arts du Cirque in Châlons in Champagne, France. While there he created “les tubes” with Mads Rosenbeck, and the next year “les tubes — (mobile),” a movement/manipulation work utilizing suspended resonant tubes. In 2001 he created his latest tube work, “c/o,” a 25-minute performance in a nine-foot tall glass tube filled with water. In 2003 he created the “Performance Research Experiment #1 (P.R.E. #1)” with Jess Curtis, a performance work that is a cross between circus and dance. He recently began new research on balance. As a circus artist he has toured extensively with Cirque Plume, Compagnie Cahin-Caha in “chiencrU” with Martin Schwietzke and Roland Auzet. His path has equally included work with a number of choreographers, notably in the works of Pierre Doussaint, Francois Verret, Haim Adri, Julie Nioche, Jess Curtis, and Mark Tompkins. He has been a Feldenkrais Practitioner since 2006.