Choreographer Rosy Simas’ (Seneca) work investigates relationships to internal, spiritual, and invisible presences and brings those into the visible world through choreography, sound and images. Simas makes dances that an audience can not only see but perceive viscerally and kinesthetically. The foundation of her work comes from within. Creating dance from sensation, emotion, states, memory, and the systems of the body makes this possible. Her impressionistic style challenges audiences to see movement as driven by internal conditions and challenges ideas about what current contemporary Western choreography is.