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Jordan Daniels, is a performance dance artist and Phoenix native, currently residing uptown. He works as a contemporary modern faculty member for the School of Ballet Arizona and Arizona School for the Arts. As well he has been a full company member and collaborator with Tempe based company Conder/DANCE for 5 years. Jordan’s desire at this juncture is to find increased freedom to create at a professional level and gain influence in the contemporary dance and performance art communities of the Phoenix area as well as nationally. His goal is developing a multi-layered approach to performance content employing artistic mediums above and beyond movement; to influence and evoke response from the viewers. Recently Jordan was invited to be a resident artist for nueBOX, a fast growing artist residency program based out of the Mesa Center for the Arts. Currently he is working on a new work titled Installment 3:Instinctually Human in which he attempts to reprogram common knowledge and stigmas associated with millennials and those that have felt victimized by agism in our artistic and professional structures.

Jordan Daniels is Permanent Artist in Residence (P.A.I.R) and also serves on the [nueBOX] staff as Technical Director since 2017. 

Projects with [nueBOX]

[nueBOX] Resdeincy: Jordan Daniels Dance

Jordan Daniels Dance will be creating a new evening length piece titled "all we really want to do is...." The work will implement a seamless sound score of both live records and an electronic performance score created by Charles Barth. Bringing in the inspiration of funk music and the resurfacing funk rhythms in popular music, I hope to create a contemporary physical and visual vocabulary to show an audience the longevity and compatibility of music and dance.  

P.A.I.R Series

This project will be the first evening of work for JordanDanielsDance and will include world premieres of works “Installment 3:Instinctually Human” and “Eleanor.” Presented as a part of the Permanent Artist in Residence Performance Series,


The Phoenix Metro area is rapidly changing and expanding, creating opportunities for development and improvement to city infrastructure. Estrella Payton (visual artist), Felix Herbst(sound artist), Jordan Daniels(Movement Artist), and Steven Redondo (Movement Artist), brought the elements of their artistic mediums into the Phoenix Art Museum in a project to construct/ deconstruct layers of Phoenix, physicality, and navigating spaces. 

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