“Performance Mix Festival has its own life, and Karen and the staff continue to evolve with the times in a way I appreciate…it was tremendous to be a Liftoff AIR and then get to show the work I had continued to explore as an AIR a year later at PMF!”
Indygo Afi Ngozi
Indygo Afi Ngozi, original name Andréa A César (born August 6, 1993, Port-au-Prince, Haiti) is an interdisciplinary and multidimynsional movement artist and choreographer.
Indygo relocated to the U.S. in 2009 where she completed her secondary education. She currently holds a Bachelor of Science from SUNY New Paltz, a Masters of Arts from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and a Master of Arts in Dance Education, including a New York State Pre-K-12 Dance Education Professional Certificate from Hunter College.
Indygo seeks to create work that continues to investigate the nuances found in the intersectionality between choreography, poetry and vulnerability. As an artist, she believes that she is first human; as such she engages her audience to explore what is found in-between spaces of humanness, allowing it to guide her in developing new understanding of the human experience. Her work lies in storytelling, unfolding what it means to be multidimynsional in today’s culture and society.
As an educator her focus lies in providing all students with a creative and engaging dance/movement education experience enabling them to channel their creativity, imagination and discover parts of themselves through movements.
For Us, the Humans of the World Who Aren’t Afraid to Live In-Between Spaces is chapter two of a khoreowords movement series that seeks to explore the nuances of vulnerability through the intersectionality of storytelling, poetry and dance.