Andros Zins-Browne (New York, 1981) is an American choreographer who lives and works in Brussels. His work consists of live and hybrid environments at the intersection between installation, performance and conceptual dance. Crossing between stage and exhibition spaces, he explores the ways that body, movement and matter can interact until they begin to take on each other's properties.
Zins-Browne’s performances have been presented at the Centre Pompidou Paris, ICA London, HAU Berlin, MDT Stockholm, Het Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, De Singel Antwerp, EMPAC, New York, Kaaitheater Brussels and the Impulse Festival, Düsseldorf where he received the Goethe Institute Award for his performance The Host. His solo Already Unmade was commissioned by Boghossian Foundation and has recently been performed at BOZAR in Brussels, and The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. Currently he has been touring Atlas Revisited, a collaboration with visual artist Karthik Pandian based on the relationship between freedom and movement and the ways that image-making complicates this relationship. For this, they set out to Morocco to try and 'liberate' a group of camels by trying to get them to perform a piece of modern dance. In 2013, Andros founded The Great Indoors, an association for artistic research and production.