The Department of Performance Studies appoints Honorary Research and Honorary Artistic Associates.
Honorary Research Associates
Honorary Artistic Associates
Barbara Campbell is an Australian artist who works primarily in the medium of performance. Since 1982 she has worked with the specific physical and contextual properties of a given site, be it art gallery, museum, atrium, tower, radio airwaves and now the world wide web, in developing and presenting her works. For more information on Barbara's work see Video Archive
Martin del Amo
Martin del Amo is a Sydney based dance artist and movement trainer originally from Germany. As a performer, del Amo is widely recognised as a soloist but he has also collaborated with a number of artists of various genres and styles both in Europe and Australia. For examples of Martin's work see Vimeo
Tess de Quincey
Tess de Quincey is a choreographer and dancer who has worked extensively in Australia, Europe and Japan as a solo performer, teacher and director. Ms de Quincey established De Quincey Co, Australia’s leading Bodyweather company, in 2000.
Heidrun Löhr is one of Australia's preeminent photographers of live performance. For more than twenty years she has been photographing performance, dance, theatre and exploring her own contemporary visual arts practice. "I see my work as a collaborative process. Sometimes, in exquisite moments, photographing becomes a duet between performer and photographer, both accomplices in the creation of the images." Parallax: The Performance Paradigm in Photography Australian Centre for Photography
David Williams is a performer, director, producer, writer and technician. His current projects explore a wide range of aesthetic approaches to documentary and political theatre. He is a past winner of the Marten Bequest Traveling Scholarship for Acting, and his theatre works have won Helpmann, Green Room and Drovers' Awards. In 1998 David founded the acclaimed performance group version 1.0, and co-devised and produced all of the company's work until his departure from the company in late 2012. A selection of his writings about performance can be found online at www.compromiseisourbusiness.blogspot.com, and his current theatre projects at www.davidwilliams.net.au.