Laura Colomban

Laura Colomban

Originally from Venice, she is a Registered Somatic Dance and Movement Educator (ISMETA). As performer, her work has been produced in New York from Triskelion Art Center and Picasso Machinery, she has performed at Bric Arts Media with The Commons Choir, studied and assisted Anna Halprin in California, she received the Sponsorship at BANFF Creative Art Center in Canada as Choreographer. Her solo NEU MA has performed at MamBo (Contemporary Art Museum Bologna), at Festival Prospettiva Danza e Ricerca (Padova). Her short dance-video Fratture has been chosen at Hangar Digital Interfaces. She published peer reviewed articles in Italian about the RSVP Cycle “Anna and Lawrence Halprin: the RSVP cycle“, as well as an article on the use of Breath in a Performative Interactive contexts “Breath, Intimacy and Interactivity”. Currently she is working towards a peer reviewed publication which stems from the current field of Performance Practice as Research and developing through performance-making a bespoke cyclical creative process which integrates circular methodologies through expanded choreography and auditory investigation, specifically creating sites within sites through voice, movement, and sound groundwork.