Barnard College Movement Lab’s Post Baccalaureate Fellow

web designer & developer, research fellow




Movement Lab website Prompts, Past Events, and Virtual Lab Artist Feature pages developed, designed and maintained by Allison Costa, July 2018-present. Screenshots by Allison Costa.

The Movement Lab is a flexible modular space for movement research, exploration, production, collaboration, and interdisciplinary interaction. The Lab’s trans-media function serves to enhance critical thinking and learning through body and brain connection as it seeks to explore emerging trajectories in art, science and technology.

Allison works as Post-Baccalaureate Research Fellow of the Movement Lab. They are in charge of website design and development, with thanks for the input and support from the rest of the Movement Lab team. In Fall 2019, they overhauled the website and have since maintained and added to it including a page for the 2020 Moving Body-Moving Image Festival and an archive for all past events. In 2020, they designed the fully online Virtual Lab to help support remote programming, which consists of a COVID-19 Resource List, Prompts, Artist Features, and Artist Interviews. In addition to web design/development, Allison assists with programming, administration, artist relations, and project development. This includes planning and running workshops/events, collaborating with Artists-in-Residence, working closely with students, as well as creating an independent research project.



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Allison (Allie) Costa is a transmedia artist, dancer, and computer scientist who enjoys working collaboratively and across forms to create unique pieces in the liminal space where creative conception, narrative heart, and multi-disciplinary art meet. They are very grateful to collaborate with their colleagues at the Barnard College Movement Lab and are always interested in exploring new pathways of play and experimentation. View Upcoming Events ︎︎︎