Erin Dimson-Doyle uses dance and performance to investigate, critique, and try to live within gender and sexuality. With a commitment to experimentation, play, and embodied knowledge, she makes work that builds a future in the present. Currently she is trying to work in a way which deemphasizes the work as product in favor of process.
She has shown work around Boston at traditional venues including Green Street Studios and Tufts University as well as non-traditional spaces including Boston City Hall Plaza. She has worked with dancers in Boston and beyond, most recently Michelle Boule as part of her Summer Stages Dance @ICA residency at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. She has taught guest classes in contemporary dance, improvisation, and composition. In addition to dancing, she has worked in arts administration and production in Boston, most recently at the Boston Center for the Arts.