Dance artist Jordan Demetrius Lloyd takes over our Instagram Live to share this structured improvisation, which is a reflection on home spaces, memory and time. Consider: geography acting as a portal to memory, memory as a measure of time.
Jordan Demetrius Lloyd is a dance artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from Albany, NY, Lloyd graduated from The College at Brockport where he performed works by Maura Keefe and Alexandra Beller. He has collaborated with and performed for Karl Rogers, Netta Yerushalmy, Tammy Carrasco, Monica Bill Barnes, Catherine Galasso, Laura Peterson, Ambika Raina and David Dorfman Dance. He currently teaches at Rutgers University and Mark Morris Dance Center, and his work has been produced by New York Live Arts, BRIC, Movement Research at Judson Memorial Church, The Center for Performance Research and Brooklyn Studios for Dance. He was selected as a 2019 Center for Performance Research Artist in Resident and is a recipient of the 2019-20 Fresh Tracks Performance and Residency Program at New York Live Arts. Most recently Lloyd was the assistant choreographer of the new off-Broadway show Whisper House at 59E59 Theater.