Rebecca Meston is a theatre maker and writer, based in South Australia. Her work has a particular focus on contemporary storytelling, tragi-comedy and the exploration of subversive female voices.
Jennifer Greer Holmes is a creative connector who works across live and digital artforms. Subversive, dark and irreverent, her work uses everyday technology and parties as her preferred tools.
Ashton Malcolm is an actor and theatre-maker. Josephine Were is a performer and maker. Meg Wilson is an interdisciplinary artist who works with large-scale, site-specific installation and performance.
Mish Grigor is an artist whose work investigates the relationships between popular entertainment and experimental art practices. SJ Norman is a cross-disciplinary artist and writer. Sarah Rodigari is an artist whose work is an ongoing practice of wrong reading.
Pony Express is a collaborative body led by playwright and performance maker Ian Sinclair and transdisciplinary artist Loren Kronemyer.
Rebecca Conroy works in an interdisciplinary manner as a director, curator, producer, researcher and writer across community, site-based events, discursive practices, and intercultural collaborations.
Cat Hope is a composer, sound artist, performer, songwriter and noise artist. She is a classically trained flautist, self-taught vocalist and experimental bassist who plays as a soloist and as part of other groups, such as the multi bass Abe Sada.
Daniel Jenatsch is an artist, musician and composer. His independent operatic works include the installation The Para-Archaeological Society, No No Gallery, Melbourne (2011), the radio opera The Perpetual Equinox, Mousonturm, Frankfurt (2012)…
Chris Scherer born South Australia 1985, is a Berlin-based cross-disciplinary artist and a graduate from AC Arts, Adelaide. Chris makes accessible, topical, image based work using collision and fusion processes of performance and presentation. He is a rule-breaker who rejects the boundaries of traditional art forms, ensuring his audiences have memorable, personal and unique experiences.
Larissa Mcgowan began her dance training at the Queensland Dance School of Excellence (QDSE), where she won the Queensland Ballet Scholarship to the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), as well as the prize for ‘Most Outstanding Dancer’. In her graduating year at VCA, Larissa won the award for ‘Most Outstanding Talent’.
Jo Lloyd is a dance artist based in Melbourne. David Rosetzky is a video artist, who creates skillfully crafted portraits in which identity, as a play between individuality and community is intimately explored.
Latai Taumoepeau is a Punake, body-centred performance artist; her story is of her homelands, the Island Kingdom of Tonga and her birthplace, the Eora Nation – Sydney, and everything far and in-between. She mimicked, trained and un-learned dance, in multiple institutions of knowledge, starting with her village, a suburban church hall, nightclubs and a university.
Emily Parsons-Lord makes cross-disciplinary contemporary art that is informed by research and critical dialogue with materials and climate science.
The Unbound Collective are Ali Gumillya Baker (Mirning Nation), Simone Ulalka Tur (Antikirnya/Yankunytjatjara), Faye Rosas Blanch (Mbararam/ Yidinyji), and Natalie Harkin (Narrunga Nation).
Jason Sweeney’s interdisciplinary practice in the last 17 years has been in the emerging, risk-taking and constantly developing fields of digital art and technology, music, sound installation and performance art, among others. Em König is a queer poet/ fiction writer, lyricist and creative writing honours student at the University of Adelaide.
Paul Gazzola operates an interdisciplinary practice of over 20 years across art, architecture, performance, curation, installation, choreography, scenographic design, video and theory. He creates and curates works for galleries, museums, stages, site-specific settings, print and projection, in Australia and internationally.
Nicola Gunn makes contemporary performance and is based in Melbourne, Australia. Tamara Saulwick’s individual practice has coalesced in recent years into a singular and compelling voice.
Emma Beech started making shows for her mum in her bedroom when she was 6. Since then, she has graduated from Flinders Drama Centre and gone on to become an actor, theatre-maker and stand-up documenter. Emma finds the seemingly banal and everyday endlessly fascinating.
Halcyon Macleod is a Tasmanian-based writer, theatre-maker and director. Willoh S. Weiland is an artist, writer, curator and Artistic Director of Aphids, Victoria.
Brad Harkin is an emerging South Australian artist. His current practice is concentrated on sound and installation art, exploring themes of cultural identity. His background in music production and Bachelor in Visual Arts has resulted in an amalgamation of visuals and audio in his artworks.