Responsive Research Program Resident 2016
Brooke Stamp’s career spans 17 years as an artist working in choreography, performance and collaborative contexts across visual art and sound, since her graduation from the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). Currently based in Sydney, her work draws from improvisational movement practice, ambience of place, and im/material forces that conduit the body between cosmos and earth. Her current works explore sculptural bodily form, site and temporality, across museum, theatre and natural environment. Brooke has been a key collaborator with leading experimental dance company Phillip Adams BalletLab since the company’s inception in 1998. She has also worked with artists including Agatha Gothe-Snape/AGNSW, Lane Cormick/TCB Gallery and Sally Smart/AGSA, and her work has been presented by MTC, Next Wave Festival, Lucy Guerin Inc, Carriageworks, Dancehouse and more.