Terry Hempfling is a movement-based interdisciplinary artist living in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been presented in New York at The Bell House, Essex Flowers, US Blues, East Fourth Arts Block, The Living Theatre, Celebrate Brooklyn!, Dixon Place, A.U.N.T.S., and Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY); in Philadelphia at The Barbary, in San Francisco at ODC Theater, in St. Anthony, MN at Silverwood Gallery and in Yellow Springs, OH at Antioch College and Nonstop Institute. Terry has worked on projects with artists including Marina Abramovic, Rachel Jendrzejewski, Phoebe Berglund, Amanda Friedman, Jill Becker and Pavel Zustiak (among others). As a camera operator with video company Character Generators Inc. she works for the Dance Division and the Theatre on Film and Tape Archive at New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dia Art Foundation and many theaters and independent choreographers around New York City. Terry has taught movement workshops and classes for adults and children of varying levels. She is a Mellon Subsidized Artist at Triskelion Arts (Brooklyn, New York 2012-2017), was a Lighthouse Works Fellow (Fishers Island, NY, 2017), a guest artist at Antioch College (Yellow Springs, OH, 2016), a Director's Choice recipient at Spoke the Hub (Brooklyn, NY, 2014), an Artist in Residence at the Shandaken Project (Vail's Gate, NY, 2012). Terry studied aerial acrobatics at the San Francisco Circus Center and holds a BFA in Dance and Theater from Antioch College.