Rhiannon is a Sydney based dancer and choreographer. Her practice concentrates on the relationship between the live-ness of dance and processes of repetition, problematizing how a dancing spirit meets economies of production and authorship. Rhiannon’s works have been presented at the Judson Church (New York), Dancehouse (Melbourne), Nagib Festival (Slovenia), Under The Radar and Metro Arts (Brisbane), Eyes Wide Festival (Perth) and Dancenedents, PACT (Sydney). Her practice has been developed in artist residencies throughout Australia and abroad and has received support from organisations such as the Australia Council, Critical Path, The Ian Potter Foundation and Marrickville Council. She has created new works for the students of the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts and produced the set solo choreographies for the 2014-17 WA school curriculum.
Rhiannon has been a part of international forums such as the Avignon Festival Seminar (2015) and Eastern European Choreographic Exchange (2013). She has lived abroad in Israel and the Netherlands where she worked as freelance dancer. As a performer she continues to engage in experimental and community-engaged projects. In 2016 she has performed Mette Edvardsen’s ‘Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine’ in the Sydney Biennale, Paea Leach’s ‘One and one and one’ in the Keir Choreographic Award, developed ‘Champions’ with Martin Del Amo and continued dancing with Ros Crisp.