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Ann Moradian

Ann Moradian

Ann Moradian is a contributor to The Dance Enthusiast, and is a movement artist who began her career dancing for a number of small companies, including Anna Sokolow's Players' Project and the Manuel Alum Dance Company in NYC. She founded Perspectives In Motion in NYC in 1988, choreographing and directing until 2002. The company continues today as a ground for explorations in education, collaboration and exchange among the arts, while remaining strongly committed to and immersed in the realm of the movement arts. Ann has worked on film and video projects as a performer, choreographer and cameraperson, has taught throughout her career, and has written on dance since 2001 when she was asked to present a paper on Abstraction for the Natya Kala conference on choreography in Chennai. She holds a BA from Gallatin at New York University with a specialization in Art in Society. Ann moved to Paris in 2002 after living in India for 6 years. She practices the martial arts, yoga and dance, teaches, writes and continues to create collaborative experimental video and multi-disciplinary performance works. (annmoradian-perspectives.blogspot.com)

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