Dan Cox is a Glasgow based performance artist from Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire. His performance work explores dismantling patriarchal structures and aims to tackle toxic masculinity from its roots. Cox’s work is heavily situated within his own cultural understanding of love and how this relates to the tough, stubborn social landscapes of where he grew up; Yorkshire.
Dan primarily works with the medium of performance; using choreographic and text based practices, he intends to not only make sensitive, meaningful and moving work but also create aesthetically stunning images within each of his pieces.
Dan has performed at many venues including The National Theatre (London), The National Theatre of Scotland (Glasgow), Centre for Contemporary Arts (Glasgow), The Britannia Panopticon (Glasgow), The West Yorkshire Playhouse (Leeds), The Square Chapel centre for the arts (Halifax) and The Little Theatre (Hebden Bridge).