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Movers & Shapers: Kimberly Bartosik

The Moving Architects

IMPRESSIONS: Kimberly Bartosik/daela’s “through the mirror of their eyes” at New York Live Arts

by Erin Bombay

More than everything and still be all: I hunger for you

Mary Conye, The Dance Center Columbia College Chicago

Interviews as Part of SuperSense Festival, Melbourne, Australia, August 2019

Arts Review, Aussie Theatre, and Dance Informa Australia

A Dance About the Things We Carry (Sorrow and Rage)

Siobhan Burke, The New York Times

Pushing the Limits
Martha Sherman, danceviewtimes


Ecstasy and Exorcism in Kimberly Bartosik’s I hunger for you
Ivan Talijancic, The Brooklyn Rail

Hunger Appeased? Maybe Not
Deborah Jowitt, DanceBeat

Forever hunger: Kimberly Bartosik at BAM Fisher
Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody

Award-Winning Choreographers Kimberly Bartosik/daela and Joanna Kotze at Wexner Center 

Richard Sanford, Columbus Underground

Why Lumberyard and BAM Are Teaming Up to Create a New Rural-Urban Dance Pipeline

Brian Schaefer, Dance Magazine

BAM and Lumberyard Create New Dance Residencies

Joshua Barone, The New York Times

Showing up in January: Day 3 Dispatch (AR Talks, LAVA, Cynthia Oliver & Kimberly Bartosik)

Maura Donahue, Culturebot

Kimberly Bartosik: In close quarters at Gibney Dance

Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody

Against the Wall 

Deborah Jowitt, DanceBeat

‘Bound’ and ‘Ecsteriority4 (Part 2)’ Explore Confinement and Collision

Siobhan Burke, The New York Times

New dances by Bartosik and Crossman at Abrons Arts Center

Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody, May 21, 2015

"Ms. Bartosik, in her honest, rigorous commitment to twos, wrests strange, raw, discomfiting dynamics from a deceptively simple structure.”

Siobhan Burke, Finding Poetry in Pairs,The New York Times

"Beauty melts away into raw insistence...until the persistence of physical action becomes the fragile framework of a hope that, if stopped, we will lose"

Mary Conye, The Dance Center Columbia College

“Kimberly Bartosik is one of the most intriguing descendants of Merce Cunningham.”

Wendy Perron, Dance Magazine

"Your work...brought us to tears, so beautiful, powerful, and relevant to the times in which we find ourselves."

audience member, December 2019

“Remarkable, heart-stopping duet… a beautiful and wrenching enigma.”

Deborah Jowitt, The Village Voice

“…a serious, engaging exercise in minimalist dance abstraction”

John Rockwell, The New York Times

“Both parts of Ecsteriority1&2 whittle the body down to its essence, and beyond, raising challenging questions about physicality, decay, and internal and external space. This is exciting work, careful and intentional without being overly constructed.”

-Elizabeth Bachner,


“Bartosik and her extraordinary collaborators have crafted a compelling work, a captivating experience that is physically expressive, musically dreamy, and visually stunning, and from which many levels of meaning and feeling can be derived.”

-Brian McCormick, Mediatized


“Brainy, but hot”

Nancy Dalva, The DanceView Times

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