Lori Teague

Project Title:

Louise Nevelson: A Life Assembled

Lori Teague enjoys discovering new entry points into dance performance and movement invention. As an Associate Professor of Dance at Emory University, she invests in a variety of ways in which movement will empower an individual, build new connections between people, and invite more awareness of our surroundings. Her eclectic training in contemporary movement blends together a continuous study of contact improvisation, improvisational performance, and somatic practices. Teague's creative interests are topically diverse, but her recent choreographic work draws her closer to environmental issues.
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