Paloma McGregor is a New York-based artist born in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. Her performance work explores the political as personal, using movement, text and design to mine the intersections of history, memory, and myth. McGregor’s performances include Building a Better Fishtrap (2011–2013); Blood Dazzler, Harlem Stage (2010); and Four Electric Ghosts, The Kitchen (2009).
McGregor’s awards and residencies include Green Choreographers Residency, Dance Exchange, Washington D.C. (2014); Artist in Residence, Hemispheric Institute, New York City (2013); Winter Workspace Residency, Wave Hill, NY (2013); Travel & Study Grant, Jerome Foundation, St. Croix (2012); and iLAB Residency, iLand, NYC (2012). She received her B.S. in Newspaper Journalism from Florida A&M University and M.F.A. in Choreography/Performance from Case Western Reserve University.