Molly Poerstel is a dance artist whose choreographic works include: Are we a Fossil, and of facings? (Gibney Dance, 2016), Stolen Grounds (Gibney DoublePlus, 2014), This Person is a Country (Nayang Fine Arts Academy, 2014), The Highlands (Food for Thought Dancespace Project, 2014), Hungry Ghost (Judson Memorial Church, 2013) and Do Beast (NYLA Fresh Tracks, 2012).
As a performer she has been active in the New York City dance community for the past sixteen years, and within this time she has worked with: Mark Jarecke, David Dorfman Dance Company (05-09) Susan Rethorst, Alex Escalante, Hilary Clark, Larissa Valez-Jackson, RoseAnne Spradlin and Jeanine During, among others.
Poerstel has studied anatomy with Irene Dowd, Body Mind Centering, and various somatic practices, all of which influence her process as a dance maker and teacher. As a teaching artist, she has taught dance technique at the Mason Gross School of the Arts, SUNY Purchase Dance Conservatory, the Dalton School and the Nanyang Fine Arts Academy in Singapore.
Contemporary Dance Practices
Movement Research Performance