Patricia Hoffbauer is a NY dance artist originally from Brazil who has collaborated with many artists, including writer/performer George Emilio Sanchez. Her work has been funded by the NEA, NYSCA, NYFA and MAP Fund. She has been produced, commissioned and presented by Danspace Project, Dance Theater Workshop, PS 122, The Whitney Museum at Phillip Morris and Gibney Dance Center, to mention a few. She curated one of the evenings of Judson at 50 presented by Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church. More recently, her piece Para-Dice was commissioned and presented by Danspace Project in 2010/2013. Her work Dances for Small Spaces and Friendly People, awarded Gibney Dance’s Dance in Progress (DIP) grant, was also commissioned and presented at Gibney Dance in October of 2015. Her latest work in progress, Getting Away With Murder, had its first public performance at Gibney Dance Center, Winter 2016. Hoffbauer is an Assistant Professor at Open Arts Department at NYU’s Tisch, has taught at Hunter College’s Dance Department and is a lecturer at Princeton University. Hoffbauer’s writings have appeared in The New Museum book New Vision, Movement Research Performance Journal, PAJ, Writings on Dance, and are scheduled to be published in Pew Foundation Body as Archive book.