Phuong Ngo

Phuong Ngo’s practice explores the individual and collected identity of the Vietnamese Diaspora through the exploration of history, politics and culture. He completed an honours degree in fine art at RMIT in 2012, and has exhibited at numerous galleries throughout Melbourne including the Centre for Contemporary Photography and participated in Fresh Produce the closing event […]

Louris van de Geer

Louris is a playwright from Melbourne. She is being mentored by Arena Theatre Company Artistic Director Christian Leavesley through the Australia Council’s JUMP program. Louris is currently studying a Masters of Writing for Performance at the Victorian College of the Arts and has recently been shortlisted for the Inscription Edward Albee Scholarship. Her most recent work […]

Creative Nonfiction

Creative Nonfiction is a new independent creative audio production company interested in exploring new approaches to sound and storytelling. Formed by Jesse Cox, Mike Williams and Que Minh Luu at the end of 2012 Creative Nonfiction collaborates with radio producers, writers, musicians, sound designers, theatre makers and artists. Creative Nonfiction was awarded the inaugural Vivid Ideas Vibewire Fellowship […]

Ghenoa Gela

Koedal (Crocodile) and Waumer (Frigate Bird) woman Ghenoa Gela is a strong Torres Strait Islander from Rockhampton Central Queensland. Her background is in Torres Strait Islander dancing, and since getting a Diploma in Careers in Dance she has been an independent artist working across several mediums including hip-hop and Indigenous contemporary from urban to remote […]

Brienna Macnish

Brienna Macnish is a theatre maker based in Melbourne, whose work sometimes looks more like live art than theatre. Her practice is characterised by an interest in non-traditional forms, a thoughtful engagement with site, striking visual aesthetics and social relevance. Recently Brienna has developed new Australian writing, created immersive performances and designed participatory installations. In […]

Sean Jorvn

Sean Jorvn, the partnership of two Sydney based Artists: Colin Kinchela and Gavin Walters. Interdisciplinary artists that mesh their defined and rich cultural background, devising works from Gomeroi and Anglo Australian backgrounds in new theatre environments. This year they produced a funded short film, and participated in a creative development with Performance Space.

Applespiel @ Carriageworks

  This week Next Wave alumni Applespiel premier their brand new work Applespiel Make A Band And Take On The Recording Industry, at Carriageworks, Sydney. Developed at Performance Space in 2011, the show charts the collective’s fictional rise into rock stardom, as they make, promote and perform an album. The highs and Generic Cialis lows […]