CHOREOGRAPHER IN RESIDENCE
SAM KIM has been making and performing in dances since the mid-‘90s. Her body of work includes Sister to a Fiend (Gibney Dance), Some Kind of Derelict Telekinesis (Barnard/Columbia Dances at NYLA), Darling (PS122), dumb dumb bunny (The Kitchen), Cult (Dance Theater Workshop) AVATAR (Mulberry St Theater), Nobody Understands Me (Dance Theater Workshop), Placid Baby (PS122) and Valentine (Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church). She has received commissions from The Kitchen, New York Live Arts, Barnard College, Dance Theater Workshop, Danspace Project, Dixon Place, Mulberry St Theater, Performance Space 122 and Gibney Dance for the creation and presentation of original works for several seasons in NYC. Sam’s work has also been presented by experimental venues such as Highways Performance Space (Los Angeles), Studio 303 (Montreal), the Unknown Theater (Los Angeles), Bryant Lake Bowl Theater (Minneapolis), the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Galapagos Art and Performance Space, JACK and Movement Research, among many others. Sam grew up in New Brighton, MN. She’s been based in NYC since 1991 and currently lives and works in Brooklyn.