Rosalind Masson is a Scottish dancer and choreographer. She trained at London Contemporary Dance School gaining a BA (hons) and continued her studies at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, obtaining a MSc in Screendance. After graduating in 2008, she worked with Edinburgh based choreographer Merav Israel, practicing site-specific and improvisational movement. She then joined LaNua dance company for the creation of 'Enso', 'Reflections' and the development of 'Avanim'. In 2009 Rosalind travelled to New York where she worked at Movement Research and was exposed to the work of various practitioners combining somatic methodologies with performance and choreographic work.This influenced her current practice and brought her to Berlin where she began working with LaborGras in 2014. Under the umbrella term 'The Rennaissance Project' LaborGras has produced three new works in the past three years - 'Retour', 'Ambulo Ergo Sum' and 'Silent Confrontation'. The most recent premiering at RadialSystemV, Berlin. LaborGras will this year be working with Keith A Thompson and David Hernandez to create a new work. Long term collaborations include working with Glasgow based music maker Jer Reid and London based sound artist Jan Hendrickse. In visual art Rosalind has performed in‘The Birth of Venus’ and ‘Plaza Minuet’ at the ICA by Pablo Bronstein and in The Darktown Cakewalk by Linder Sterling. In film, she has worked behind and infront of the camera. With GOAT Media in 'The Time it Takes' and also in the making of 'A Force of Nature' - a documentary about the art of improvisation with Kirstie Simson. Rosalind's choreography has been shown in the Traverse Theatre, Tramway, Dancebase, Universal Hall/ Bodysurf Scotland,The Robin Howard Theatre, Roehampton University, Dock 11, Laborgras and Ada studios in Berlin. Within a dance development context Rosalind has worked for MR- New York, Dance House- Glasgow, Ceolas - Uist and Bodysurf Scotland. Rosalind produces her own work and has curated live dance events and a dance film series titled MovingImage/Movingbody.