Willow Green (they/them) is a choreographer, curator, performance artist, and writer whose current obsessions include queer utopia/dystopia, grief, intimacy, gothic aesthetics, intergenerational community, and multimedia collaboration. They graduated from Kenyon College with a BA in Dance and English with Creative Writing in May 2021. Willow is a 2022 MOtiVE Brooklyn Artist-in-Residence. Their choreography has been presented at 7MPR at Arts on Site, the Jacob’s Pillow 2021 Staff/Intern Show, and Kenyon College. They have had the honor of performing for Chaesong Kim, Isa Mojares, James Graham, Julianna Massa, Nikki Assanti, and Okwui Okpokwasili. For the 2022 International Council for Kinteography Laban conference, Willow will be presenting their collaborative research on Maggie Patton, the founder of Kenyon College’s dance program. They have also been awarded a 2022/2023 Fulbright ETA grant to teach in Israel.
[Image Description: Close up of Willow, a white non-binary person with side-shaved blue hair. Their face is lit by a diagonal fragment of light with rainbow edges, surrounded by darkness. Their eyes are cast downwards and their mouth is set.]