Londs Reuter is a dancer and dance-maker who repurposes the improvisational everyday as choreographic. Her work has been presented by Danspace Project’s Food for Thought and New York Live Arts (Fresh Tracks 2014-2015). She has received support from Ponderosa (Queeries Residency) and Space on Ryder Farm. Londs' social choreography has recently manifested in dance classes grounded in disability theory. Her classes have been hosted by the Domestic Performance Agency, Sleep Gallery, Ausland, and the Brooklyn Studios for Dance. Londs manages the Access Programs at the Brooklyn Museum and is currently pursuing an MA in Disability Studies.
Past Classes & Events
Movement Research at the Judson Church
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