Laura Kriefman is a choreographer and creative technologist who loves exploring objects and how technology can help make everyday things and spaces enticing for movement. A 2011-2012 Fellow of the Clore Cultural Leadership Programme, and a guest lecturer at Birkbeck University in Creative Producing.
Her award winning, and critically acclaimed dance company The Guerilla Dance Project (resident at the Pervasive Media Studio) have performed at the Barbican, Arnolfini, Imperial War Museum North, National Theatre, South Bank Centre, V&A, and Solo Indonesia. Recent work has been featured in Wired, Huffington Post, The Guardian, and published by MIT press, for international distribution, in Molecular Aesthetics- the new book by Peter Weibel of ZKM. Hidden Fields, created with danceroom Spectroscopy technology won the Royal Television Society Award for Best Digital Innovation 2012, Media Innovation Awards for Best Exhibition, and Outstanding Contribution, and an Honorary Mention at the Prix Des Arts, Ars Eletronica.
Laura has recently been selected as one of the British Council UK artists to participate in the Playable City Sprint, with artists from Recife in Brazil.