Allison Costa (she/they) is a dancer, creative technologist, and multi-media artist based in New York City. Her transdisciplinary practice is process-focused and collaborative, as it embraces tenets of emergent strategy, glitch feminism, and the risk/recovery practice of improvisation. She is passionate about using movement and technology as tools for critical inquiry with the goal of exploring the potential for symbiosis between these two fields to create with intention and impact. 

Allison graduated with honors from Barnard College of Columbia University with a double major in Dance and Computer Science. She also studied at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne Australia, and participated in University of South Florida’s Dance in Paris Program. After graduating, she completed a two-year Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship at the Barnard College Movement Lab, where she was able to pursue her own creative research, culminating in the project “Time Enough,” as well as have the opportunity to collaborate with a wide range of artists including LaJuné McMillian, Nona Hendryx, LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, Cari Ann Shim Sham, Mimi Yin, Chisa Hidaka, Norah Zuniga Shaw, and more.

Allison has performed in residency programs with Performa 19, eˉlektron.art, Ars Electronica, and SloMoCo and is Artist-in-Residence at the Movement Lab. As a freelance dancer, web designer, and artist she is always interested in exploring new pathways and partnerships for creative experimentation. Contact her︎︎︎


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Allison Costa is a dancer, creative technologist, and multi-media artist based in New York City. Her transdisciplinary practice is process-focused and collaborative and she is always interested in exploring new pathways and partnerships for creative experimentation.
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