Brooke Broussard is the executive producer and artistic director of Infinite Light. She is a dancer, artist, and choreographer working to incorporate the neuroscience, emotional states and inventive, improvisational movement, groundbreaking multimedia performance art. Her visions venture away from the traditional, theatre-confined dance performance into a new generation of tech savvy public performance art. Brooke strives to be an unique voice in the arts, focusing on the global dance community, while also collaborating with musicians, visual artists, and advancing technologies.
Brooke's multimedia piece, Infinite Light, was recently presented through the support of the Shaanxi Province Government, Gush Multimedia in collaboration with Artistic Director Huang Hui, and Benton-C Bainbridge to create a dance-based multimedia show for the Xi'an Horticultural Expo 2011. Brooke's live dance and video dance art components helped complete a 6-month run of shows at the Xi'an Water Stage.
In June, Infinite Light's video art work was presented in New York City as part of the Big Screen Project and School of Visual Arts Etra Tribute. Brooke recently composed dance and multimedia visual components for Surpass, a week-long DJ party in Xi'an, China. Brooke has shown work at the Devotion Gallery in NYC and has been commissioned by Monmouth University to create a live dance media piece. She will show her work at the Jack Hanley Gallery in NYC as a multimedia installation with New Villager. Brooke is a native of Louisiana where she began to grow in modern dance. She moved to NYC where she became a founding company member of Shen Wei Dance Arts in 2000, where she danced for 9 years globally including venues such as Lincoln Center Festival, La Fenice, Sydney Opera House, Singapore Esplanade, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Cal Arts Performances, NY Armory, Guggenheim, and The Kennedy Center. Brooke has created and performed her own choreography in New York at CBGBs, PS 122, Pianos, Brooklyn Art Project, Triskelion Collaborations Festival, Natural History Museum, Diapason Gallery, Reverb Festival 2010, SUNY Purchase, Alvin Ailey CitiGroup Theater, The New Orleans Fringe, The Louisiana Dance Festival, in San Francisco at NOHspace in San Francisco, ODC Pilot 52, LEVYDance, and West Wave Festival 2008. Brooke has also worked with David Michalek on "Slow Dancing", Jon Pratt, and Benton-C Bainbridge. Brooke has performed for the Shanghai Expo through NYU, Aly Rose and the Shanghai Theater Academy. She was also a recent recipient of the Dancers in Transition Business Entrepreneurial Grant.