Emily Robinson is an independent dance artist and choreographer whose eye and heart is often drawn to creating large group performances. Her work often plays with spatial and bodily configurations to embody a felt theme or circumstance. Her work originates from both personal and political themes and thrives off the input and engagement of her dancers and collaborators. Choreographically, she approaches movement through many sources including contemporary and contact improvisation.
Emily’s choreographic work has been shared in a range of settings including theatres, festivals, music videos and outside spaces. Her most recent work BLINKED premiered at The Place’s Resolution Festival London. Emily continues to make work for more traditional dance settings as well as fostering her curiosity for more non conventional spaces and locations with a focus on social engagement and interaction.

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