Code Red looks at the effects of a bombardment of negative media stories on the individual and collective body. Taking the physiological fight or flight response as an entry point into the work, sound, video and movement elements combine to ask disturbing questions about the nature of lives governed by smartphones, large screen televisions and computers.
Chamber Dances is a performative response to Wollongong Art Gallery's Bluescope Gallery space. During its time as Wollongong's Council Chambers, the Bluescope Gallery saw seven Mayors and Lord Mayors, with two long serving leaders having (now renown) second lives of a rather nefarious nature. Chamber Dances takes this history as the starting point for asking questions about the psychology of groups, the systems of relating in groups, and what happens when these systems break down leading to the culture of the cover up. This is a durational performance work of three hours and audience are invited to enter and leave the performance at will.