Alison Currie is an independent choreographer and dance artist based on Kaurna Yerta, South Australia. She is interested in connecting individual and universal shared humanity through live performance and often works with inanimate objects alongside dancers to highlight the human, personal and emotional within the work. Alison is currently sharing practice with Ade Suharto and working towards community engaged performance with OSCA at Parndo Yerta/Charles Cane Reserve, Prospect.
Alison's other recent works include ‘Somewhere, Everywhere, Nowhere’, co-directed with Yui Kawaguchi for OzAsia Festival 2021, ‘Of All Things’, performed by and created with ADT,‘De-Limit’, co-directed with David Cross finalist 2020 Keir Awards,‘Creatures’ at the Samstag Museum for Adelaide Dance Festival, ‘Close Company’ with Singapore's RAW Moves for OzAsia Festival 2018, and ‘Concrete Impermanence’ at Adelaide Festival Centre, The Substation and Dancehouse for Dance Massive 2019.
Feature image: Of All Things (2020) by Alison Currie
Photo Credit: by Sam Roberts
Dancers featured: Christopher Mills, Rowan Rossi, Sophie Stuut