Lindy Fines is the Artistic Director and Choreographer of GREYZONE, a New York City-based multimedia-dance company that she cofounded with designer and resident Creative Director Justin Fines. With GREYZONE, Lindy is a 2019 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in Choreography from The New York Foundation for the Arts.
GREYZONE’s productions investigate the interplay between deconstructed modern dance and ballet vocabularies, sound design, time-based media, and visual arts. Recent collaborations include ‘Vehicle’ with illustrator Mike Perry (Wandering Around Wondering, 2012), ‘Drift’ with visual artist Maia Ruth Lee, which was supported by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant (Performance Mix Festival, 2016), and ‘Penumbra’, GREYZONE’s dance film with fashion designer House of 950 and composer Steve Hauschildt (2018). GREYZONE has performed at FLICfest (2014), Movement Research at the Judson Church (2017), The Flea (2014), Brooklyn Ballet's First Look (2017), and Dance Gallery Festival (2018), among others. GREYZONE has been supported with residencies at New Dance Alliance (2015), Socrates Sculpture Park (Norte Maar, 2016), and will be in residence at The Croft Residency in 2020. GREYZONE's short films ‘Queens Duets’, ‘Penumbra’ and ‘Rift’ have screened at festivals nationally and internationally including the 92nd St Y (NYC) and the Nevada Museum of Art.
Lindy graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a BFA in dance and then moved to NYC and trained on scholarship at the Merce Cunningham Dance Studio. She has been a guest teacher to dance majors at the University of Oklahoma and teaches weekly class at THE FLOOR in Brooklyn.