Radio Sancha consists of circus artist Camille Paycha (FR/BE) and visual artist Noortje Sanders (NL). “We try to escape a certain nostalgia by having fun with a speculative future.”
Our work could be considered as a ping pong game between different timelines. Maybe a ping pong game broadcasted live on the radio.
Yes that is Radio Sancha.

Camille Paycha
was born in Paris (FR) in 1992 and now lives in Ostend (BE).
Camille graduated in 2015 from the Academy for Circus and Performance Art in Tilburg with the specialization aerial straps. Camille has been making her own work since 2015, first with Heleba company (I ate the entire fruit salad), in honor of the 500th death anniversary of Hieronymus Bosch.
Then she made “The Hangman Radio Show” with Noortje Sanders and Thijs veerman, a location performance about radio and obsolete technology. During this period, Camille experiments with a multidisciplinary approach to her circus practice and strengthens her relationship with co-author Noortje Sanders.
In 2019, Camille awaits a number of exciting projects both as a maker and player for others (Radio Sancha, Ice skates and other cruelties, Janni van Goor).

Noortje Sanders
graduated in 2017 from the Fine Art department at the Utrecht School of the Arts with a specialization in multimedia.
As a video and performance artist, her work is centered around the passage of time. Based on her rhizomatic approach, she founded “The Lonely Radio Show”, the predecessor of “The Hangman Radio Show”. Operating in the gray area between theater and art, she creates multimedia series of work in which she combines the personal and public in ambiguous timelines.
Noortje is also a puppetry maker. About two years ago she started as a puppeteer with the musical Lion King. There she works with a wide range of puppetry techniques, which she also applies in her own work. She has also worked as an assistant doll maker at Ulrike Quade company and Studio Figur.