The Movement is a 5 x 5min documentary series focusing on independent Australian dance artists who use movement to challenge dominant attitudes towards gender, identity and race. Commissioned by Australian Broadcasting Corporation's online arts channel (broadcast in 2018).
Thomas Bradley Thomas' dance practice is concerned with the elements of space, silence and play. Growing up in country NSW, contemporary dance allowed him to explore how the male body should perform in a more fluid realm.
Natalie Abbott Natalie often works with non-dancers to create absurd performance experiences. She recently collaborated with performer Cheryl Cameron to highlight the invisibility of the older female body in the dance world.
Amrita Hepi Amrita is a Bundjulung and Ngapuhi performer and choreographer who is interested in the relationship between dance and social mobility, specifically how people of colour through history, have used dance as a way to survive.
Bhenji Ra Bhenji's practice is concerned with disrupting Western dance conventions. Collaboration is key to her work and she is currently occupied with being the 'mother' of young Western Sydney based vogue house, 'Sle'.
Ghenoa Gela Ghenoa is a Torres Strait Islander woman whose practice blends TSI dance with Western contemporary styles. Her work is inspired by her family stories and her passion to share her culture.