LA Samuelson is an interdisciplinary artist working in contemporary performance, sculpture, and media. Their work follows the transmission of feeling across objects, sites, and bodies, searching for new strategies to help us bear impermanence, attachments to living, and to one another. Their projects have been presented nationally and internationally at institutions including RedLine Contemporary Art Center, Union Hall, Understudy Denver, Museum of Longmont, Museum of Contemporary Art - Denver, and Black Cube Nomadic Museum [forthcoming]. Their current work is supported by the National Performance Network and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts. LA has been an artist-in-residence at RedLine Contemporary Art Center, Crosstown Arts Memphis, the Denver Art Museum, Skogen Arts Sweden, and the Colorado Conservatory of Dance.
LA holds an MFA in Dance from the University of Colorado-Boulder, with secondary emphases in visual art and somatics, and a graduate certification in Emergent Technologies & Media Arts Practices from the College of Media, Communication, and Information. They are a Visiting Assistant Professor at Hamilton College, and Guild Certified Practitioner of The Feldenkrais Method.