Gillian Walsh is an artist and performer from Brooklyn, NY. Working with and against an NYC experimental dance lineage, she produces formalist postdance choreographies. Her recent works include xgzdiiiiiicdiirrwjfffffffff (New York Live Arts), Dance studio life These girls were amazing today! (Artists Space Books & Talks), life seems like a ьeAten path ?!? (Dominique Levy), and Scenario: Script to Perform (The Kitchen).
While in residence at The Watermill Center, Gillian Walsh collaborates with writer Emily Hoffman to develop a new work modeled after 9 Evenings – the 1966 collaboration between artists, dancers, and Bell Labs – by applying choreographic thinking to an entirely different technological landscape.