CPRowe Photography www.cprowe.com

CPRowe Photography www.cprowe.com

I continually examine the freedom of creation by exploring the use of movement as a form of research, communication, self expression and interaction. I truly believe in allowing the intention of the work to develop out of the movement and out of what the dancers bring from their diverse experiences. Movement can reveal who we are in the context of the past, present and future self. 

Traditions and the daily repetitive acts of humans, resonates in my appreciation and exploration of repetition in structured movement.

Although my choreographic interests rely heavily in full body movement and the exploration of space, the core of my artistry seeks to showcase the potential the body has to move from the ordinary to the extraordinary. 

 

“Laquimah is interested in the ferocity of the human body. She teaches a class that slowly draws out dancer’s habits and she breaks them through specific technical exercise.” Talia Mason, Bates College '15