Rebecca Bruno is a dance artist working across performance and visual art. She received a BA in Dance from the University of California San Diego in 2008 and conservatory training at The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance 2005-2006. In 2013 Bruno founded homeLA, a performance project dedicated to dance process in private space. One-person exhibitions of her work have been presented at Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (2016); Norton Simon Museum, Los Angeles, CA (2016), the Annenberg Community Beach House, Los Angeles, CA (2015); and PAM Residencies, Los Angeles, CA (2014). Her work has been included in festivals and exhibitions at The Neutra Studios and Residence (The VDL House), Los Angeles, CA (2017); Human Resources, Los Angeles, CA (2017); Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA (2016), Los Angeles, CA; REDCAT Theater, Los Angeles, CA (2016 and 2014); Pitzer College Kallick Gallery, Claremont, CA (2016); Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles, CA (2016); Live Arts Los Angeles, CA (2015); Elephant Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (2015); FahrenheitFLAX, Los Angeles, CA (2014); Machine Projects, Los Angeles, CA (2014); Eden’s Expressway through Movement Research, New York, NY (2014); Pieter PASD, Los Angeles, CA (2012); Space4Art, San Diego, CA (2011); University Art Gallery, San Diego, CA (2011); Potiker Theatre, San Diego, CA (2009); Sushi, San Diego, CA (2008); Calit2, San Diego, CA (2007); and The LAB, Jerusalem, Israel (2006). Bruno is a recipient of the WORD Grant, Los Angeles (2016); CHIME (Choreographers in Mentorship Exchange) in Southern California Grant (2015); Annenberg Community Beach House Choreographer in Residence Grant (2015); Prix Marcel Duchamp, associate choreographer for Julien Prévieux (2014); Kendall Laurel Liu Dance Award, San Diego, CA (2008); and Stewart Prize in Choreography, San Diego, CA (2005). Bruno has collaborated on the works of many artists including Flora Wiegmann, taisha paggett and WXPT, Pablo Bronstein, Julien Prévieux, Yael Davids, Yolande Snaith, Monica Bill Barnes, Allyson Green, and Jean Isaacs.

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