Linehan, Daniel (DANCE & MUSIC Workshop)

Born in 1982 in Seattle. Daniel Linehan’s choreographic work is intent on softly obscuring the line that separates dance from everything else. He approaches performance-making from the point of view of a curious amateur, testing various interactions between dance and non-dance forms, searching for unlikely conjunctions, juxtapositions and parallels between texts, movements, images, songs, videos and rhythms.
Linehan first studied dance in Seattle and then moved to New York City in 2004. In 2007, he premiered the solo Not About Everything, which has since been presented in over 75 venues internationally. In 2008, Linehan moved to Brussels where he completed the Research Cycle at P.A.R.T.S. His most recent works include Un Sacre du Printemps (2015), dbddbb (2015) and Flood (2017). From 2017 to 2021, Daniel Linehan is Creative Associate at deSingel International Arts Campus.


Photo: Joseph Lambert

Born in 1982 in Seattle. Daniel Linehan’s choreographic work is intent on softly obscuring the line that separates dance from everything else. He approaches performance-making from the point of view of a curious amateur, testing various interactions between dance and non-dance forms, searching for unlikely conjunctions, juxtapositions and parallels between texts, movements, images, songs, videos and rhythms.
Linehan first studied dance in Seattle and then moved to New York City in 2004. In 2007, he premiered the solo Not About Everything, which has since been presented in over 75 venues internationally. In 2008, Linehan moved to Brussels where he completed the Research Cycle at P.A.R.T.S. His most recent works include Un Sacre du Printemps (2015), dbddbb (2015) and Flood (2017). From 2017 to 2021, Daniel Linehan is Creative Associate at deSingel International Arts Campus.

Photo: Joseph Lambert