Brooke Broussard

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"FunkPrint," a sublime pop twist, takes the audience on an inventive and sensual journey inspired by Francis Bacon's Triptych's.
Brooke
Broussard
Artist's Statement

Artistic Statement

Brooke Broussard is an emerging choreographer whose work incorporates neuro science, emotional states and inventive, improvisational movement; culminating in a multi-media performance that will be groundbreaking in the arts. Brooke strives to be a individual choreographer in the arts focusing on the dance community while also collaborating with musicians, visual artists, and advancing technologies. Her visions cross the line away from the typical dance performance into a new generation of tech savvy performance art.

Mission
Brooke Broussard / Touch utilizes improvisation and pure movement to create work that is subtle and concentrates on the connection between mind and the intuitive body. Through collaboration with other artists and the incorporation of neuro-science, reciprocal green art, and technology, Touch explores its effect in multi-media art.

Bio/Resume

Brooke Broussard is native of Louisiana and earned a BFA in Dance from the USM as a scholarship student. In 1999 and 2000 Brooke was awarded scholarships to attend the American Dance Festival where she met Shen Wei. She moved to New York City where she became a founding member of Shen Wei Dance Arts where she danced from 00-09. She has created and performed her own choreography in NYC at CBGB’s, PS 122, Piano’s, Triskelion, Dumbo Gallery Walk, Louisiana Dance Festival, in San Francisco at NOHspace, ODC Pilot 52, LEVYDance, and for West Wave Festival. Since her move back to NYC she has also worked with David Michalek for "Slow Dancing", BLAND design, Celia R Hall, Jon Pratt, Benton C Bainbridge, Aly Rose, Shanghai Theater Academy, Shanghai Expo. She has produced and presented her own work for St Cecilia's, and set her own work on Purchase students for the Reverb Festival at Purchase College and Alvin Ailey.