Cori Olinghouse makes dances that explore the shapeshifting capacities of the body, space, and time. Her work has been presented by Danspace Project, The Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Bennington College, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Roulette, Dixon Place, Joyce SoHo, and Movement Research. Cori danced for the Trisha Brown Dance Company from 2002-2006. In 2005, Cori began a dancing dialogue with Bill Irwin and has since been researching a variety of movement forms that explore physical transformation including: eccentric dance, clown, and voguing. Cori was a Movement Research Artist-in-residence (2009-2011). She is also an AmSat certified teacher of the Alexander Technique and maintains a private practice in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Visit ghostlinesproject.tumblr.com/ for more information on Cori's current project.