LoudHoundMovement (LHM), a New York City-based contemporary dance collective creates and performs the choreographic work of Co-Artistic Directors Brendan Duggan and Mallory Rosenthal. LoudHoundMovement utilizes the powers of multimedia driven collaboration to create emotionally resonant contemporary dance experiences. Reconsidering the conventions of dance performance from the group up, LHM explores the intersection of dance, technology, visual art, and music. The company aims to increase dance's cultural relevancy by integrating it with other artistic mediums and experimenting with how it is shared.
The company premiered its first evening of work at the Center for Performance Research in November 2012. Since then, LoudHoundMovement has been presented at Gallim Dance Block Party, multiple times at The CURRENT SESSIONS, The Playground After Dark, The Freight Project, The Dance Gallery Festival, FAB! Festival NYC, Gowanus Art + Production (GAP) Open Studios, GAP Presents! at The Green Building and Sky Gallery, Hoover Dam Collective, The Creator's Collective, Inception to Exhibition (ITE), Under Exposed at Dixon Place, Pushing Progress, APAP at the 14th St Y, the Excognito Dance Festival, and Gibney Dance Center. LHM has produced two evening-length installation performances: In the Plague of Dreams in 2013, and The Span in 2015. In 2015, during their third year as a choreographic duo, Duggan and Rosenthal were selected as Emerging Choreographers for Springboard Danse Montréal, where they presented past and current work at Place Des Arts and Usine C in Montréal. In 2016, LHM was awarded an M(Mix) residency at Marymount Manhattan College and commissioned by SALT Contemporary Dance to create a new work.