Laurie Berg makes work in a variety of forms including dance, performance, collage and jewelry. Her latest project :FOMO::DIPTYCH: will premiere at The Chocolate Factory Theater in May 2022. Recent works include superposition (Roulette Intermedium 2021), EZ Pass (Roulette Intermedium 2019), scape: Times Square (co-commission by Times Square Arts and Danspace Project 2018), Ziegfeld Goes Down (as part of Charles Atlas Presents: The Kitchen Follies 2018), Terrifying Times Call For Terrifying Jewelry (Dixon Place 2017) The Mineralogy of Objects (Danspace Project 2015/2016). Laurie is a co-organizer of the performance event platform AUNTS (2009-present) and received a 2020 Movement Research Parent Artist Residency. She was a 2016-17 LMCC Workspace Artist-In-Residence, the 2016 recipient of the Tom Murrin Performance Award, a 2013 New York Live Arts Studio Series Artist and a 2010 Movement Research Artist-In-Residence.
[Image Description: Laurie, a white woman with dark curly brown hair looks at the camera. One curl crosses over her forehead. She is wearing pink lipstick and a striped pink, white and purple jumpsuit that is pulled down just below the chest and elbows to reveal a bright yellow shirt which reads "HONK if you love GRAFFITI." Behind her, a large piece of red fabric blows in the breeze.]