Ayan Felix (Gulf Coast) is a movement artist who uses contemporary methods to evaluate intricate social environments. She graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 2016 with a neuroscience B.A., and has since used various movement forms to produce her artistic work evaluating emotional intelligence, social media, futurism, and women’s health. Upon moving to Houston she has had the pleasure of joining the diverse legacy of Suchu Dance/Jennifer Wood, Dance Afrikana, Pilot Dance Project, and Jhon R. Stronks. Her solo works have been presented at the Houston Fringe Festival, Core Dance in partnership with Dance Source Houston (DSH) and The Field NYC Field Day, and DSH Barnstorm Dance Fest. She has also performed as a guest at Archway Gallery for Silvia PintoSouza’s Dwellings (2018) exhibition. Ayan is a DSH ’18-’19 resident artist.
Photo by Lynn Lane