Claudia Triozzi (born in Vimercate, Italy, 1962) began her studies in classical and contemporary dance in Italy before moving to Paris in 1985, where she became involved in the development of the new French dance scene. She collaborated with prominent figures in the French art and dance scene such as Alain Buffard, Georges Appaix, Xavier Leroy, Odile Duboc, Xavier Boussiron, and more. In 1991, alongside her career as a performer, she started her own choreographic research and artistic creations.
Her creations are living images presented on stage or filmed and projected in galleries or museums, embodying principles of sharing, transmission, and commitment to continually transform time into a work of art. She was a laureate of Villa Médicis hors les murs in 1999 and a laureate of the Villa Kujoyama program in Kyoto in 2004.