I’m really glad that Performance Mix #34: Remotely Yours turned out to be so productive for me. I was able to wrap my head around the ideas that were all circling in my head.
Rebekah Windmiller is a dancer and choreographer who has been making work since 1982. Her dances have been presented throughout NYC at the Kitchen (1993 & 1998), Dixon Place, The Knitting Factory, Spoke-the-Hub, Movement Research at Judson Church, The Construction Company, The Merce Cunningham Studio, Danspace Project, University Settlement, the Ohio Dance Festival, Cleveland Performance Art Festival and the Minnesota Fringe Festival. Most recently she presented the evening length solo Beholden at the Cora Studio Theater in Red Hook, Brooklyn. She has received awards and support from the American College Dance Festival, the Joyce-Mertz Gilmore Foundation, an Emerging Choreographers Space Grant with The Field, and Spoke-the-Hub’s Winter Follies Series. In addition to stage performance, Rebekah has created works in parks, on piers and for the camera. She is interested in unannounced dances that are out-of-context which led her to create Everyday Dance where she engaged strangers in unexpected movement encounters in her local neighborhood park. She improvises in the choreography of Sally Silvers and is a resident choreographer with Dance Under Construction where she continues to perform and create new dances.