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Author: Mariana Valencia

Mariana Valencia is a dance artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work has been presented at Danspace Project, Roulette, the Center for Performance Research, The New Museum, The Women and Performance Journal, the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and AUNTS. Internationally, her work has been presented in Serbia and Macedonia. As a performer, Valencia has worked with Lydia Okrent, Jules Gimbrone, Elizabeth Orr, Kate Brandt, AK Burns, Em Rooney, robbinschilds, Kim Brandt, Fia Backstrom and MPA. Valencia is a Bessie Award recipient for Outstanding Breakout Choreographer (2018), a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Award to Artists grant recipient (2018), a Jerome Travel and Study Grant fellow (2014-15), a Yellow House Fund of the Tides Foundation grant recipient (2010-13) and a Movement Research GPS/Global Practice Sharing artist (2016/17). She is a founding member of the No Total reading group (2012-2015) and she has been the co-editor of Movement Research's Critical Correspondence (2016-17). Valencia has held residencies at Chez Bushwick (2013), New York Live Arts Studio Series (2013-14), ISSUE Project Room (2015), Brooklyn Arts Exchange (2016-18) and the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (2018). Valencia holds a BA (2006) from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, with a concentration in dance and ethnography. Mariana Valencia is author of ALBUM (Wendy's Subway, 2019) and BOUQUET (3 Hole Press, 2019).

ALBUM
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ALBUM

Wendy's Subway

Drama. Performance Studies. Dance. Mariana Valencia's solo performance ALBUM assembles song, text, and dance into a multifaceted album that draws from choreographic methodology, personal narrative, herstorical and intergenerational kinship, and popu...

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Bouquet
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Bouquet

3 Hole Press

Drama. Poetry. Art. Mariana Valencia's BOUQUET is a borderless form of memoir. Living between choreography, autobiography, poetry, and standup, Valencia reckons with individualism in her everyday life as a dancer as she moves across the United State...

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