Jimena Paz was born in Buenos Aires, and has lived and worked in Argentina, United States, Europe and Scandinavia. Most recently she participated in, "Art as Protest," with a contribution to the film TRIPTYCH: Prayer/Protest/Peace, a creation to music by iconic jazz musician Max Roach’s, 1964, Now Suite, curated by Richard Colton and in Worlding Bodies, an interdisciplinary project organized by Bennington College, that will culminate with the publication of a book. She is currently writing and working on an epilogue for her solo, Yellow, a co-creation with American choreographers, Vicky Shick and Ralph Lemon, that premiered at the Chocolate Factory in 2017. This new work continues to reflect on ideas of foreignness. She has had the pleasure to work with Lance Gries, Vicky Shick, Susan Rethorst, the Stephen Petronio Company (‘99–‘06), Juliette Mapp, Constanza Macras (Germany), Iris Scaccheri (Argentina), Martha Clake, Liz Gerring, Antonio Ramos, Todd Williams, Burt Barr, Sabrina Farji (Spain-Argentina), Virginie Yassef (France). She was an artist in residence at the Baryshnikov Arts Center (2018) Robert Rauschenberg (2016), and New York Live Arts Studio Series (2013/14), The Yard (2012) and Movement Research (2007/09). A Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner, Jimena is on faculty at The University of The Arts and Movement Research.