Laura Bartczak is a Brooklyn based performer and visual artist originally from Pine, Colorado. She received a BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from Western Washington University. She makes super 8mm films, site specific dance, and performance documentation.
Her choreography and film work has been presented by Anthology Film Archives, Lubov Gallery, AUNTS, Movement Research at Judson Church, Sarah Lawrence College, CATCH 70, Mono No Aware, The Domestic Performance Agency, The Hum, Gina Gibney Dance Center, DCTV, Dance Film Association, Otion Front, Trans Pecos, and Secret Project Robot, among others.
She recently installed 35mm photos, super 8mm and 16mm films, and live movement with six dancers at a solo exhibition entitled p a n o r a m a at caravaglia studio in nyc, presented by whitney browne.
As a performer she has had the opportunity to work and collaborate with Laurel Atwell, Lindsey Drury, Shandoah Goldman, Lauren Petty & Shaun Irons, Thea Little, Hadar Ahuvia, Paige Hunter, Kaia Gilje, Corinne Cappelletti, Kay Ottinger, and Katelyn Hales. As a photographer she has documented performance works by Melanie Maar, Athena Kokoronis, Laurel Atwell, Marion Spencer, Lorene Bouboushian, and more.
Laura currently teaches yoga and super 8mm film workshops with Mono No Aware.