Remi Harris is a Barbados born and Brooklyn bred multidisciplinary movement artist and performance curator exploring the intersectionality between dance, new media and black female representation.
Her work manifests in forms of movement improvisation, choreography, site specific work, movement for video, installations, performance, XR, and art programming. Her projects have been featured at Abrons Art Center, Brooklyn Studios for Dance, Danspace Project, Teatro La Tea, Triskelion Arts, The Mark O'Donnell Theater, The Brick Theater, Thalian Hall, among others. Her video and virtual reality work have been presented as part of the Spark Dance Film Festival, Triskelion Dance Film Festival, and the Cucalorus Film Festival in Wilmington N.C.
Past curatorial work include the Adaptable Apple series (a multidisciplinary series with visual artist Michelle Golden) and the 2019 Dance NYC Symposium along with Stephanie Acosta. She advocates for dance equity as a member of several art collectives such as the Artists of Color Council under Movement Research and as a creative consultant, she's project managed Katie Workum Dances’ latest project Anna, Darrin, David, Eleanor, jess, Katie, Leslie & Weena: The Door’s Unlocked in February 2020.
She is currently the Programs Manager at CPR-Center for Performance Research. She is a Hofstra University alum graduating with a BA in Dance where she was on scholarship.
Volumetric Performance Toolbox is the collaborative project of Valencia James, Glowbox and Sorob Louie, which envisions live online 3D dance performance as a new way for artists to create and perform from their own living spaces and audiences to communally experience art using minimal equipment, during this time of pandemic.