All but a dream

All but a dream

A site-specific piece, and the first time The Brooklyn Navy Yards presented dance, All but a dream was set in and inspired by the industrial landscape it inscribed itself in.

Costumes by Reid & Harriett and Dylan Crossman

Dancers : Sumi Clements, Dylan Crossman, Una Ludviksen, Sherah Shipman with Cemiyon Barber, Mary McGrath, Paulina Meneses, Lauren Twomley.

Photo by Carli Beseau

Here We Are (2017)

Here We Are (2017)

Here We Are premiered at Abrons Arts Center June 28-30 2017.

It was presented by Abrons Arts Center, curated by Jay Wegman and co-funded by an emerging artist Jerome Foundation grant.

Photo by John Suhar featuring Jason Collins, Dylan Crossman, Una Ludviksen, Sherah Shipman and Brandon Washington

[Insert Title] (2016)

[Insert Title] (2016)

[Insert Title] was premiered at Gibney Dance's Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center December 1-3, 2016.

It was presented by Gibney Dance and curated by David Parker as a part of Double Plus.

Photo by Scott Shaw featuring Sumi Clements, Jason Collins, Sarah Haarmann and Dylan Crossman

Here We Are (2017)

Here We Are (2017)

Here We Are premiered at Abrons Arts Center June 28-30 2017.

It was presented by Abrons Arts Center, curated by Jay Wegman and co-funded by an emerging artist Jerome Foundation grant.

Photo by John Suhar featuring Jason Collins, Dylan Crossman, Una Ludviksen, Sherah Shipman and Brandon Washington

 

Here We Are, photo by Flemming Fynsk.

Here We Are, photo by Flemming Fynsk.

BLUE or What are we but flawed glory?

BLUE or What are we but flawed glory?

BLUE was premiered at the 92nd Y on February 5th 2015. BLUE was made possible, in part, by a space grant at TOPAZ Arts.

Photo by Linda Jaquez featuring Jason Collins and Dylan Crossman

Here We Are / ...as if you didn't know me

Here We Are / ...as if you didn't know me

A dramaturgical experiment presented at Danspace’s series Food For Thought, curated by Paz Tanjuaquio. The idea was to juxtapose 2 pieces ; Here We Are (2017) and …as if you didn’t know me (2018) without manipulation of any kind and see what those said, together.

Dancers : SUNY Purchase Class of 2018 - Olivia Arendt, Alice Chacon, Bobby Hyun, Madelyn Lalonde, Sarah Lapinsky, Una Ludviksen, Mary McGrath, Paulina-Gail Meneses, Emilee Pratt, Sherah Shipman, Mary Speed, Lauren Twomley, Jada Williams; with Jason Collins of Crossman Dans(c)e

BOUND (2015)

BOUND (2015)

Photo by Ryutaro Mishima featuring Dylan Crossman

Bound was curated by Laurie Uprichard as part of her Travelogues series and was made possible by an Emergency Grant from The Foundation For Contemporary Arts (FCA).

All but a dream

All but a dream

A site-specific piece, and the first time The Brooklyn Navy Yards presented dance, All but a dream was set in and inspired by the industrial landscape it inscribed itself in.

Costumes by Reid & Harriett and Dylan Crossman

Dancers : Sumi Clements, Dylan Crossman, Una Ludviksen, Sherah Shipman with Cemiyon Barber, Mary McGrath, Paulina Meneses, Lauren Twomley.

Photo by Carli Beseau

Oscillating While Dreaming (2015)

Oscillating While Dreaming (2015)

Photo by Lucas Chilczuk featuring Dylan Crossman.

This piece was commissioned by The Museum Of Arts And Design (NYC) to be performed alongside Wendell Castle's outdoor bronze sculptures.

 Photo by Damian Calvo

Photo by Damian Calvo

[Insert Title] (2016)

[Insert Title] (2016)

Photo by Scott Shaw featuring Sumi Clements and Jason Collins. 

Every me sees thou a little differently (2014)

Every me sees thou a little differently (2014)

Photo by Linda Jaquez featuring Sumi Clements, Jason Collins and Dylan Crossman

BOUND (2015)

BOUND (2015)

Bound was curated by Laurie Uprichard as part of her Travelogues series at Abrons Arts Center and was made possible by an Emergency Grant from The Foundation For Contemporary Arts (FCA). BOUND was also made possible by a Mount Tremper Arts and a Dance at Socrates creative residency.

Photo by Ryutaro Mishima featuring Dylan Crossman

 Photo by Linda Jaquez

Photo by Linda Jaquez

Here We Are (2017)

Here We Are (2017)

Photo by Mathew Pokoik featuring Melissa Toogood and Dylan Crossman.

Here We Are will premiere at Abrons Arts Center June 28-30, 2017. Dylan is the recipient of a Jerome Foundation grant for emerging artists.