Alexsa Durrans is a Canadian choreographer and dance artist currently based in Los Angeles. She holds a BA from UCLA World Arts and Cultures/Dance and is currently a Lavine and Sternburg Scholarship awardee and Presidential Aspiring Scholar at California Institute of the Arts as an MFA Candidate in Choreography with a concentration in Integrated Media. Alexsa has shown work at spaces such as Pieter Performance Space, Murmurs Gallery, Navel Los Angeles, AALA Gallery, and Arts on Site in New York. She has spoken on the panel hosted by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Klaus Biesenbach at MOCA in 2019 as a part of Frieze Art Fair and directed performance work for Untitled Art Fair Miami in 2017. Alexsa co-curates and produces HI SOLO SERIES - a biannual spotlight series for Los Angeles based dance artists. She was the Spring/Summer 2021 Choreographic Research Fellow for Sidra Bell Dance New York, travelling with the company and independently working with Artistic Director Sidra Bell. Alexsa works collaboratively and across genres to amplify embodiment and collective experience. For Alexsa, the movement assemblages she creates are modes to deviate to new possibilities of interaction.