Assistant Professor of Dance
Charli Brissey is an interdisciplinary artist, scholar, and teacher who works choreographically with various technologies and materials. This primarily includes bodies, cameras, language, instincts, and ecosystems. Their research integrates studies in feminist theory, technology, and science, and centers choreography as an invaluable methodology to research social-political-ecological phenomena. Brissey has been creating performances, installations, experimental videos, and written scholarship for over seventeen years, and has been presented in various galleries, conferences, film festivals, and performance venues nationally and internationally. This includes the National Queer Arts Festival, Movement Research at Judson Church, The Eye Film Institute, Dance on Camera at Lincoln Center, Center for Performance Research, Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Berlin Revolution Film Festival, Paris International Feminist Film Festival, FEM TOUR TRUCK, Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, Queer Publics Symposium, and several others.