Alex Romania

At the crux of expansive task and deteriorating form, Alex Romania’s multidisciplinary work investigates bodies of cultural debris amidst the invisible everyday and toxic ingestions, consuming, purging, and breaking apart. Romania’s work delves into spaces of the unimaginable, staring into the unknown to consider one’s crude and splendid humanity. Based in NYC, Romania has presented work and taught throughout the U.S. and abroad – most recently at Huerto Roma Verde (MX City), Segundo Piso (Puebla, MX), Human Resources (LA), Encuentro (Lima, Peru), UV Estudios (Buenos Aires, Argentina), the Pillsbury House (Minneapolis), the Center for Performance Research (NYC), and el Museo del Arte Contemporáneo (Lima). As a performer, Romania has performed in works by Kathy Westwater, Catherine Galasso, Andy de Groat, Eddie Peake, Simone Forti, and Steve Paxton. Romania is pleased to be in residence at Abrons Arts Center presenting a new work, KLUTZ.