Jasmine Hearn is a Bronx based choreographer, performer, and dancer. A native Houstonian, she graduated magna cum laude from Point Park University with her B.A. in Dance. Jasmine travels around the world to share her choreographic work and to participate in multidisciplinary collaborations. Currently, she is a collaborating performer with Alisha B. Wormsley, David Dorfman Dance, Helen Simoneau, and Tara Aisha Willis.
blue, sable, and burning
At Camargo, she will be developing sound-scapes for her body of work, including a solo titled blue, sable, and burning, which is a dance piece that is currently being shared internationally. This piece listens and responds to memories of home, travel, and water. Returning to imagery from an ongoing collaboration with visual artist Jennifer Meridian, Jasmine intends for this to be a map of where "the sablevenus" has been, and to also be a response to Robin Coste Lewis's poem The Voyage of the Sable Venus. Jasmine also intends to investigate sound and movement for an upcoming premiere of a new work, shook.
Jasmine Hearn is in residence at the Camargo Foundation from September 1 to 30, with support provided by Jerome Foundation and Movement Research.