Zena Bibler is a dance artist and researcher interested in improvisation as ecological practice. Her work has been presented in the US and internationally  at venues including Pieter Performance Space, the Domestic Performance Agency, Brooklyn Studios for Dance, Lublin International Dance Theatre Festival, Museum Perron Oost, Cairo Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival, NADA Hudson, and Movement Research at the Judson Church. She has facilitated classes and other sensorimotor experiences at CLASSCLASSCLASS, The New Museum, Parsons, The New School, Yale University, the University of Virginia, Wellfleet Preservation Hall, Studio 303, and Electric Fish Studio. She is co-founder with Katie Schetlick of the Movement Party and Fleet Moves Dance Festival and is currently pursuing a PhD at the Department of World Arts and Cultures at UCLA.

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