Anna Rogovoy

Ana Rogovoy, photo by Radiosilence

How difficult is it for one body, created and performed by Anna Rogovoy, is one white Jewish woman’s perspective on otherness and displacement, underscoring the importance of bodily autonomy via rigorous durational movement tasks and oral histories.

Anna Rogovoy is a Brooklyn-based choreographer and performer. Her works have been presented at the 92nd St Y, JACK, Triskelion Arts, Eden’s Expressway, The Tank, The Cocoon Theatre, and Vital Joint. She was a 2016-2017 commissioned artist for the Oye Group (FKA Brooklyn Gypsies) and a 2016 artist-in-residence at Bennington College. Through the Merce Cunningham Trust, Anna has performed in several Cunningham works as well as studied his use of chance procedures in dancemaking. She holds a BA in dance and literature from Bennington College.