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Live Art Camp International Panel

November 2, 2014


I am pleased to be able to present as part of this inspiring live art project facilitate with Culture Europe money. I have been closely involved with this project since its inception and am pleased to see it come home to Melbourne to directly benefit local artists and hopefully by implication, audiences. The International Panel […]

Performance in a visual arts world

November 1, 2014


The visual arts world is all abuzz about performance. Or Londoners certainly are. At Frieze, there were a number of stands for galleries featuring performances, as well as commissioned Frieze Projects where dancers and actors were centre stage throughout the art fair. Australia Council was in on the action with a grant for Silberkuppe Gallery […]

Field Theory, Site is Set- Astrojet

September 13, 2014


I took the bus ride that Field Theory produced as part of their Site is Set suite of projects. Created by Zoe Meagher, an artist whose work I had not yet encountered, and departing from ARI, Blindside, this was a production full of promise. I really admire Field Theory, the collective of artists who united […]

Trouble Festival, Brussels

April 27, 2013

0 For the second time during my sejour in Brussels, I have been able to attend the Trouble festival of live art at Les Halles de Schaerbeek. Unlike last year, where I was a panel member for the seminar, I attended only as a punter and enjoyed two of the four days of programming. On […]

Anti festival, Finland

October 1, 2012


Visited this annual live art festival in the north of Finland to liaise specifically with the festival directors about Australian contemporary performance. My project supported the visit of Australian producer Bec Dean from Performance Space in Sydney, to meet with a range of European presenters and international artists involved with Anti. I participated in the […]

Trouble festival, Brussels

June 4, 2012


Presented Australian live art context in a panel of international experts from Spain, Poland, Belgium, France, Finland and the UK. MOMENT THÉORIQUE PERFORMANCE ET INSTITUTION, UN MARIAGE IMPOSSIBLE? Trouble invites ‘institutional’ representatives of performance to show the diversity of institutional approaches, ranging from rejection or indifference to recognition, depending on which part of the continent one […]

Kunstenfestivaldesarts 2012

May 5, 2012


Attended over a dozen presentations in the Brussels festival of contemporary performance. Highlights included Forsythe Company’s Sider, Kornel Mudrunzco’s Disgrace and Brett Bailey’s Exhibit B. Provocative lecture by economic philosopher Chantal Mouffe, entitled, The Agonisms of Modernism, has done much to influence and inform my thinking regarding the IETM Australia Council collaboration project.

one step at a time like this

November 29, 2010


Working as consultant to innovative performance company, supporting international networking at Edinburgh Fringe and as part of City of Melbourne’s Participatory Arts program. Writing funding applications for Going Global and Mobile States and offering ongoing strategic positioning advice.