PERFORMANCE PROJECTS


Jurrungu Ngan-ga / Straight Talk
Touring performer
with Marrugeku
(WA tour: Kununurra, Fitzroy Crossing and Derby, April 2022)



Rival Planes | durational version
Mentor and performer
with Stompin for Mona Foma 2022 (lutruwita)


Body, Body Commodity: Jenni Large
JWAC Residency, QLD, 2021
Creative Development, Tasdance (lutruwita, 2022)


Private Lives: HOTA Underground
Movement Director, 
with Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance, 2021

Dance: A Short Homage (DASH)
GUTS Dance
Darwin Festival, NT, 2020
SPRING.LOADED.DANCE
Festival, NT, 2021



The Perception Experiment:
GUTS Dance
Touring Performer
Dance Massive, VIC, 2019
Darwin Festival, NT, 2019
Regional Tour 2020



The GIF of Dance: Matt Cornell
Dancer
Darwin Festival, NT, 2020


AWESOME: A state of Wonder and Fear, Liesel Zink
World Science Festival, QLD 2021
La Boite Theatre + Mad Dance House residency, QLD, 2019


Fact of Matter:
William Forsythe

Movement Direction, QAGOMA,
with Phluxus2 Dance, 2019

All we need is: Grace Euna Kim
Blueproject Foundation Barcelona, Spain 2017


SAND: Companyia AGITART
UK and Spanish Tour 2014 - 2016


DUST: Companyia AGITART
UK and Spanish Tour 2016


16 Bars: Jamaal Burkmaar Dance
Matthew Bourne New Adventures
Choreographer Award Showcase, London UK 2016


Young Man: Denada Dance Theatre
Festival AGITART, Figueres, Spain, 2015


PeepDance: Tami Dance Company
Brisbane Festival 2011
13th Intl. Biennale for Architecture, Venice 2012

TEXT



High Density: Love letters to a concrete body
Delving into Dance, December 2020


SUB | The August Forecast
for Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance, August 2021


Creating Options: Agency for the witness, the participant and the in-between, 
issue #4 of In/Form by Ausdance QLD, pg 10-13.


Reimaging change in Fertile Ground,
reflections on a residency undertaken on Yugambeh and Kombumerri country in collaboration with Michael Smith and Daniele Constance, published by HOTA, Home of the Arts.


Conflict, Body, Concrete
reflections on a residency undertaken on Bindal and Wulgurukaba Land in collaboration with Michael Smith, published by Dancenorth.


Amongst the precarity we gathered
Archival reflections on a residency undertaken on Jagera and Turrbal Country at the Judith Wright Arts Centre, in collaboration with Jenni Large, Erin O’Rourke, Liesel Zink, Bella Hood and Cora Hughes. Supported by Arts Queensland.
Living, working and making on the sovereign lands of the Arrernte people of Mparntwe/Alice Springs. I pay respects to all First Nations peoples and elders throughout time. I recognise and honour their unique connection to place, community and movement. Always was, always will be.