Ongoing & Upcoming

                           2020 AUGUST

These days, I’m feeling a strong connection to Valentina Desideri & Stefano Harney’s conversation on “fate work” at Ephemera Journal. A brief excerpt on the distinction between intentional and strategic work:

“Strategy and intention are very different. To have a strategy is to have one fate or future we envision and that we try to realize, while to have an intention means to start from the present and stay there while the future anyway happens and fates (many) unfold. If for example we set an intention ‘to work together’ maybe we could just continue writing and see what it produces and how it happens” (161).

Also feeling very nourished by jumatatu m. poe’s Field Stories, Study Sessions project. A brief excerpt about how jumatatu, in collaboration with producer Día Bùi, is framing these sessions:

“jumatatu m. poe hosts conversations and Facebook and Instagram with Black and Indigenous artists from the lands currently known as the US and Brazil about what they have, what they want, and ESPECIALLY where to go from here. This conversation series is an imagining laboratory, centering Black and Indigenous dream work, and especially queer Black and Indigenous folks. In each session, jumatatu and a guest present a structure to deal with the what’s and how’s of “where do we go from here?”

Thank you for this dream work!

                           2020 APRIL

study work… from 2019 - 2021 i will be working as artist-student-researcher at exerce master program in Montpellier, France. exerce is housed by one of France’s 19 National Choreographic Centers (CCNs), this one called the institut choregraphique international (ICI-CCN). i write this update a little half way through my first year in residence here. my master publication takes place in may/june of 2021, but it’s also already emergent, already iterative and becoming, already going on. link to the ICI-CCN, here.

a constellatatory practice… i am a member of The Hungry Mothers Collective, a transdisciplinary and trans-local collective of artists responding to issues of land sovereignty and dealing with (our own) climate grief. right now, in collaboration with founder Tyler Rai, we are working with Loam publications to create a field guide collating some of our work (texts, practices, images) as hungry mothers. Hungry Mothers recently co-facilitated movement-based healing workshops with en la Frontera in New Mexico. our projects together as a constellation of artists will continue to co-emerge and co-occur in summer 2020.

performance research… right now, research and production development are co-evolving for the project i am building, with working title Run for your life or save a friend!

please write to me to discuss the contours of any of these ongoing processes,

love, storm


January 23-26, 2019

resistance fantasies: strategies for moving toward— and against—

a dance performance and a series of somatic experiments presented by Exponential Festival

Target Margin Theater, Brooklyn

6-9pm, $20 tickets, $15 Artist Rate (code= STORMY15 for this discount)

for tickets, CLICK HERE.

to support the rehearsal & production process CLICK HERE.

this project is supported by Foundation for Contemporary Arts’ Emergeny Grant, Materials for the Arts, Pentacle, and countless individuals.

November 26, 2018

The Cops Are Studying!

a civil resistance drag performance at CUNY Graduate Center, with lead artist Rina Espiritu and artists Cory Tamler, Alex Viteri Arturo, and Sierra Ortega.

2pm - 9pm, come and go as you wish. Bring cop costumes, come ready to study! A limited selection of costumes will be provided.

September 8, 2018

resistance fantasies (work in progress showing)

a showing at Fast Forward Labs’ office space in downtown Brooklyn.

July 9-13, 2018

stormy presented a paper at the International Federation for Theatre Research Conference as part of the ‘Choreography & Corporeality’ Working Group

Belgrade, Serbia

June 9, 2018


Dancing for Phoebe Berglund, Villa Empain, Brussels


“Each composition repeats itself in a loop with very few changes or even no transformation; the dance is thus constructed of subtle transitions that create infinite variations of a single image.” - Note from the choreographer

June 3, 2018

NO DANCING (A proposal…)

La MaMa Moves! Festival, AUNTS

5pm - 8pm

May 26, 2018

NO DANCING (A proposal…)

McCarren Park, Brooklyn


live performance at the Brooklyn Art Book Fair

May 6, 2018

NO DANCING (A proposal…)

Vital Joint, 106 Meserole Street

4:30pm - 7:30pm

come and go as you wish, $15 at the door

April 25, 2018

slow Wall Street women walk

The three original blocks of Wall Street, NYC


public performance comprised of a group of women walking slowly across Wall Street during morning rush hour

March 12, 2018

Criminals of the Dream / Face the Music

Dancing for Nadia Tykulsker, Roulette, Brooklyn

Face the Music youth orchestra performs Greg Saunier’s Criminals of the Dream

February 18, 2018

NO DANCING (a proposal…)

Vital Joint, 106 Meserole

split bill with Lydia Mokdessi

January 21, 2018

untitled showing

Dancing for Phoebe Berglund, MoMA P.S. 1, Queens NY


September 23, 2017


Bushwick Open Studios, Chez Bushwick Studio, Brooklyn


July 30, 2017

Resistance Fantasies

Workshop, taught through International Documentation of Contemporary Dance Education (IDOCDE) symposium

ImPulsTanz Festival, Vienna, AUS

June 2-10, 2017

A dance project for 2017

public park, Philadelphia; Nature Art in the Park exhibit, opening reception, Baltimore; Local Produce Festival, Brooklyn; invited showing, Brooklyn

site-responsive, time-based performance installation

January 27-28 2017

This is disaster management.

Artist-in-Residence (Chez Bushwick) culmination performance, Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn

June 3, 2016


54 howard ave



come and go as you wish, suggested donation

February 1, 2016

Wings Downstage Right

(dancing for Phoebe Berglund)

Movement Research at Judson Church

Manhattan. 8pm.

December 17, 2015

(we’re trying not to move.)


WOW Cafe Theatre, Manhattan. 8pm.

September 5, 2015

(we’re trying not to move.)

Index Arts Center,

Newark, NJ. 8pm.

June 13, 2015

this is our nine to five (we’re trying not to move.)

rabbithole projects

dumbo, brooklyn. 6:30-11:30pm.

April 5, 2015

This is our nine to five


Brooklyn, NY. 1pm.

November 4, 2014

Insouciant Little Girls

under exposed series, dixon place

new york, ny. 7pm.

October 17 - 26, 2014

sprat artistic ensemble’s Henri


the smith center

las vegas, nv

September 28 - October 30, 2014

anne wilson’s To Cross (Walking New York)

(walking on thursdays & sundays)

the drawing center

soho, new york

September 6 & 7, 2014

survival (work) / movement (play)

Gowanus Arts Building

Brooklyn, NY

July 20, 2014

a process showing for survival(work)/movement(play)

featuring sophie bromberg, stormy, maire mccrea & lindsey weaving

Gowanus Arts Buliding

Brooklyn, NY

July 11, 2014

We Are Water

Dancing for Emie Hughes

Brandywine River Museum

Chadds Ford, PA

June 7, 2014

brain/storm showing

with Spoke the Hub’s

Local Produce Festival

Park Slope, Brooklyn

May 31, 2014

a solo more about landmarks & less about progress

a three-day residency culminating an evening of performance, technology and time-based art, curated by catherine siller.

The Moran Plant, and waterfront

Burlington, Vermont

April 27, 2014

excerpt of new work: brain/storm

Fertile Ground at Green Space

Long Island City, NY

February 25, 2014


Five Myles Gallery

Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY

February 14, 2014

two-person movement installation


Brooklyn, NY

January 26, 2014

(half-life) x 3

Gowanus Arts Building

Brooklyn, NY

June 1, 2013

brunch as manic/pelvic



Brooklyn, NY

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