Choreographer and dancer Andros Zins-Browne (US/BE) was born in1981 in New York. Having completed a Bachelor degree in Modern Culture and Media (Art Semiotics) at Brown University, he moved to Europe in 2002 to study dance at Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker’s Performing Arts Research and Training Studios (P.A.R.T.S.) in Brussels where he graduated in 2006. Since 2003, he has danced in productions including ›The Kansas City Shuffle‹ (2007), a performance project in collaboration with ROSAS dancer, Sandy Williams, and ›The Stop Quartet‹ (2008) choreographed by Jonathan Burrows. In 2005 he acted as rehearsal assistant to William Forsythe on the production ›Clouds After Cranach‹. While still a student, Zins-Browne choreographed works including ›One for One‹ (2005) and ›Limewire‹ (2006) which were both presented at the Kaaitheater in Brussels. After graduating he created his first group piece ›Second Life‹, with a mixed cast of professional dancers and non-professional senior citizens in 2008. This performance was shown during an ATELIER programme at PACT Zollverein in spring 2010.