Londs Reuter (born 1988) is a dancer and dance-maker based in Brooklyn, New York. She is currently choreographing towards the question: what does it take to be brave? Londs has received support from New York Live Arts (Fresh Tracks 2014-2015), Danspace Project (Food for Thought), and the Knockdown Center (Sunday Sessions). She has been in residence at MANCC (Forward Dialogues 2019), Snug Harbor Cultural Center, and Space on Ryder Farm. She has led workshops at the Domestic Performance Agency, SLEEPCENTER Gallery, and the Brooklyn Studios for Dance. As a dancer, she has performed in museums for Ceclia Vicuña and Simone Forti, in galleries for Abigail Levine, on film for Sarah AO Rosner, and on the many illustrious downtown stages of New York for Ursula Eagly, Will Rawls, Marissa Perel, Jillian Sweeney, and Katy Pyle/the Ballez. Londs spends many of her days working in museums, generating time- and space-based strategies that prioritize the presence of disabled people in cultural space. She established the Access Programs at the Brooklyn Museum and currently works in accessibility at the Whitney. Londs is one course away from a Master’s Degree in Disability Studies from the City University of New York.