"These are 13 performances that have inspired me, the first 13 that popped into my head, listed in no particular order:
Frozen Mommy (2004), Tere O'Connor
Fase (1982), Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker
Poor Theater (2004), Wooster…"
Daniel Linehan, formerly creating work in New York, is now a Brussels-based dance artist. His choreography is intent on softly obscuring the line that separates dance from everything else. His work has been presented at numerous venues in New York, France, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, and elsewhere. As a performer, he has worked with Miguel Gutierrez and Big Art Group, among other artists. He has collaborated with Michael Helland on multiple duet projects, which have been presented in New York, Philadelphia, and Montréal. He was also a 2007-2008 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence. Find out more on his blog at dlinehan.wordpress.com.