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Londs Reuter

Londs Reuter (she/her) makes dances to examine her material—its inheritances, its possibilities, and its eventualities. She is the author of Private Inventory: One Way to Be Accountable to Your Material and is co-editor of Critical Correspondence alongside Nicole Soto Rodríguez. As a dancer, Londs has performed in museums for Cecilia Vicuña and Simone Forti, in galleries for Abigail Levine, on screens for Sarah A.O. Rosner and Diana Crum, and on the many illustrious downtown stages of New York for Ursula Eagly, Will Rawls, Perel, Jillian Sweeney, and Katy Pyle/the Ballez. As a dance-maker, Londs has received support from New York Live Arts (Fresh Tracks), Danspace Project (Food for Thought), the Knockdown Center (Sunday Sessions), and Abrons Arts Center. She has been an artist in residence at the Ellis Beauregard Foundation, the Maggie Allesee Center for Choreography, and Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Londs is currently developing a practice for describing fantasy dances with Marion Storm called If You Look at Something It's Always Moving, which premiered at the Center for Performance Research in November 2022.