Walter Dundervill is a New York-based dancer and choreographer. His dance You Wrote the Book was presented in March 2008 at Dance Theater Workshop (on a shared program with Heather Olsen’s curious, awake not possible). A companion piece Would You Read My Poetry was also presented at DTW as part of the Nothing Festival curated by Tere O'Connor in April 2007. His work has also been presented at Dixon Place, Food For Thought at Danspace Project, and the GorillaFest. Since 1999, he has performed with RoseAnne Spradlin Dance. In 2003, he received a New York Dance and Performance "Bessie" Award for his performance in Spradlin's under/world. He collaborated with Spradlin on the visual design of two of her dance works, under/world (2002) and NOVA (2005). Among the various dance artists he has worked for are Keely Garfield, Yves Musard, Heidi Latsky, and Li Chaio-Ping. In addition he has performed for visual/performance artists Bruce Nauman, Pat Olezsko, and David Wojnarowicz. Dundervill was born in Rome, GA and grew up there as well as in Los Angeles, CA. He attended the University of Georgia on an art scholarship where he received a BFA cum laude in Painting and Drawing. He also attended Boston University's School of Fine Arts. Dundervill has taught and performed as a guest artist at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, at Frostburg State University in MD, and in Magdeburg, Germany.
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