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Crystal Sepúlveda

Crystal Sepúlveda generates and composes sound, movement, and video for live performance and installation. Sepúlveda’s

 performance practice brings together teachings from post-modern and experimental dance concepts, improvisation, somatics and multi-disciplinary collaboration. Her work utilizes instant composition and set choreographic methods to process notions of healing, self-determination, dissidence, and place-making. Sepúlveda’s choreographic works have been presented at various institutions including the Whitney Museum of American Art and CUNY Graduate Center Department of Music (New York); Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, HomeLA, Highways Performance Space, and Human Resources LA (Los Angeles); The LAB (San Francisco); Center of Music and Audio Technologies (Berkeley); CEART Tijuana and El Centro Cultural (Tijuana, MX); dança em foco Festival International (Rio de Janeiro, BR); Lake Studios Berlin (Berlin, DE); Centre Dürrenmatt (Neuchâtel, CH) and at Musée des beaux-arts (Le Locle, CH). She holds a Master’s in Experimental Choreography from the University of California Riverside, is a recipient of the Foundation of Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant (2018), and a soon to be first time mother.



March 9, 2014

hANDs/detour | living room and balcony

performance: Cydney Watson, Alfonso Cervera, Cry stal Sepúlveda

6:00, 6:45, 7:30pm



April 1, 2015

sofabed experiment | bedroom and living room



May 21, 2016

merge.part.locate | foyer and portico

merge.part.locate is a solo durational real time performance composition. The performance will continuously alternate between two locations - under the staircase by the front entryway and outdoors on top of the portico.


January 12&13, 2019

Rooting Within