Stéfane Perraud trained at ENSAD-Paris (National school of decorative arts) in multimedia and interactive research and has been working since 1999 as a visual artist, scenographer and stage director.
His research focuses on new ways of communicating, interactivity and the potential role of digital tools in performing arts. In 1999, he founded with Caroline Dietler the Ludik collective to promote new talents, reach an audience of novices, use a diversity of media, generate new forms of expression and reflect with the public on interactivity. He also founded the PétaHertz collective, which brings together about fifteen artists and about sixty members. His research focuses on three aspects: interactivity with the audience or with the performer, finding new means of expression and using new media.
Stéfane Perraud created the interactive multimedia show Pas Du Tout in the context of a residency at the STEIM (Amsterdam).