Alison D'Amato is a researcher, choreographer, and performer working on a PhD in the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance. Her writing and artistic practices focus on scoring, and her choreographic works in particular explore the cultivation of individual interpretive difference through the open-ended language score. She holds an MA in European Dance Theater Practice from Laban (London) and a BA in Philosophy from Haverford College. Her choreographic work has been presented in Los Angeles (Pieter, the wulf, Kristi Engle Gallery, Anatomy Riot), New York (Movement Research, the Tank, AUNTS, Waxworks, Dixon Place, and BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange), Philadelphia, the UK, and Poland. Her writing on performance can be found in Choreographic Practices, itch dance journal, and Native Strategies.
J.B. MERRILL HOUSE
Solos for the Home | upstairs bedroom, living room, dining room
performed by: Barry Brannum, Bernard Brown, Dorothy Dubrule