Daniel Linehan

Photo by Olivia Droeshaut

Daniel Linehan previously worked as a dancer and choreographer in New York before moving to Brussels in 2008. In Brussels he completed the Research Cycle at P.A.R.T.S and as a performer; Linehan has worked with Miguel Gutierrez and Big Art Group, among other artists. He has collaborated with Michael Helland on multiple duet projects, which have been presented in New York, Philadelphia, and Montréal and was also a Movement Research Artist-in-Residence from 2007-2008.

Linehan’s choreographic work intension is to softly obscure the line that separates dance from everything else.  His choreography has been presented at numerous venues and festivals in New York (Dance Theater Workshop, the Kitchen), Paris (Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis), Brussels/Lille (Latitudes contemporaines), Antwerp (deSingel), Ghent (Vooruit), Berlin (Tanz im August), Vienna (ImPulsTanz), London (Sadler’s Wells), Amsterdam (Julidans), and elsewhere. Not About Everything and Montage for Three (his duet project with Salka Ardal Rosengren) were presented in the season of the Théâtre de la Bastille in Paris in February 2010. His latest project Zombie Aporia, premiered at Vooruit in Ghent in March 2011.