Born in Bavière in 1970, Jörg Müller graduated from the National Centre of Circus Arts in Chalons-en-Champagne in 1994, where he created Mobile. Since then he signed C/o and Noustube (a more than 9-foot-high tube filled with water he’s diving in) ; PRE#1 and PRE#2.2 with Jess Curtis (a performance between circus, dance and science). He has also created Sarabande with Noémi Boutin (around Bach's suites for cello).
His next creation project, Tangled drops, co-written and performed with the Japanese visual artist will be premiered in France in December 2021 and in Japan in May 2022.
He's been working or still collaborates (circus, dance, theatre, music, performance) with Thierry André, Jérôme Thomas, Cirque Plume, Philippe Goudard, Francois Cervantes, Kitsou Dubois, Francois Verret, Jacques Rebotier, Philippe Découflé, Odile Duboc, Yoann Bourgeois, Martin Schwietzke / Les Apostrophés, Gulko / Cahin-Caha, Jeanne Mordoj, Nikolaus Holz/Christian Lucas, Roland Auzet, Julie Nioche, Mark Tompkins, Pedro Pauwels, Cie Anomalie, Akosh Szelevényi, Chiharu Mamiya, François Merville, Jess Curtis, Jean-Paul Autin, Steven Cohen, Karim Sebbar, Cendrine Gallezot, Keith Hennessy, Camille Boitel, Jean-Benoît Mollet, Hyacinthe Reich, Noemie Lambert, Samuel Dutertre, Sky De Sela..