Kate Tarlow Morgan, New York City-born choreographer, writer, urban archaeologist, has lived in rural New England since 1998. Morgan, a NEST (New England States Touring) artist and annual artist-in-residence at Gloucester Writers Center works as editor-in-chief of Currents Journal for the Body-Mind Centering Association. She is also editorial consultant for Lost & Found Document Initiative at The Center for Humanities in NYC that publishes original text and research of New American Poetry and The Arts.
Morgan's interest in local place inspired a 7-year research/performance project "Red Train/Blue Brain" about the NYC Subway followed by "Walking In The Water," (2006) a re-telling of the devastating Flood of '05 in New Hampshire. Sole archivist of The Rhythms Technique based on the study of children's natural movement, Morgan teaches in local area schools. Morgan is also the author of "Circles and Boundaries" (Factory Press, 2011) a series of essays on dance and cultural history and co-author of "Movement and Experience: A Body-Mind Centering Anthology," 2011. Morgan's new essay "The Body Is A House," (Worcester Review) jumpstarted a panel on "Proprioception" during her recent residency at The Writer's Center in Gloucester, Ma. Currently, Morgan prepares for an original installation/performance in collaboration with choreographer Sarah Slifer Swift and visual artist Susan Erony called "Invisible Stories" (2013-14) to be enacted in at various indoor and outdoor sites with 500 books.