marion storm

marion storm is a dance artist based in Montpellier, France. storm’s dance projects have been presented by Exponential Festival, AUNTS, La Mama Moves! Festival, and Brooklyn Art Book Festival, at Target Margin Theater, DanceRoulette, Center for Performance Research, and McCarren Pool in New York City (plus non-presented pop up performances including a painstakingly slow walking performance on the original 3 blocks of Wall Street at rush hour), and most recently at the Centre Choregraphique National of Montpellier and 3 bis f Center for Arts in Occitanie, France. storm’s writing has been published by The Operating System and Loam Magazine, with Flood Drafts: A Field Guide for Sensuous Repair. storm was the recipient of a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant for her collaboratively built performance and symposium resistance fantasies: strategies for moving toward– and against– (NY) in 2019, and was awarded an Artistes dans la cité scholarship by Fondation Hermes in 2019-2021 for her studies at Master exerce. She is about to present her first “listening installation”, at CPR in Brooklyn, this fall with collaborator-conspirator Londs Reuter, titled If You Look at Something It’s Always Moving, and her trio project with Alex Viteri and daniel luhmann The Apparitions Method is…..circulating, and around. storm began to choreograph dance in 2010 at The New School University, on Lenapehoking land, in New York City.