Sue Healey is a choreographer and filmmaker, and one of Australia’s foremost independent dance-makers. Experimenting with form and perception, Healey creates dance for diverse spaces and contexts: theatres, galleries and the camera. Her work has toured to Asia, USA, UK and throughout Australia and New Zealand. Find out more about Sue Healey.
Mark and John Lycette formed Lycette Bros. in 1997. Together they create a broad range of digital media spanning art and design. Throughout their career the Lycette brothers have produced animations, installations, interactive products and games that are widely regarded, exhibited and awarded around the world. Find out more about Lycette Bros.
doeanddoe with Michelle Morcos
doeanddoe: Woven Moments
Co-founded by Beatrice Chew, Su-An Ng and Claudine Michael, doeanddoe is a full service creative content and communications studio. Michele Morcos is a multi-media visual artist with a studio practice in Sydney, Australia. She graduated from UNSW Art & Design (College of Fine Arts) in 1999 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting) and BA Honours in Art Theory. Find out more about doeanddoe.
Gary Deirmendjian: presence
Gary Deirmendjian’s practice encompasses sculpture, photography, video, installation and site-specific intervention. He has exhibited extensively and received numerous awards and new work invitations and commissions for private and public artworks, as well as site-specific projects, realised broadly in Australia and several internationally. Find out more about Gary Deirmendjian.
James Price: History's Page
Internationally acclaimed artist, filmmaker and storyteller. The work consists of seven differently illustrated faces spread across the screen like a horizontal totem. Find out more about James Price.
Ross Gibson: Bluster Town
Centenary Professor at the University of Canberra, his work spans several media and disciplines. Bluster Town is an effervescent ‘public poetry’ display across the entire Wynscreen surface. Find out more about Ross Gibson.