Bravo Child – Ep18

Bravo Child is many things. He is Sydney based and constantly initiating. We talk briefly about value, and his day-per-vision structure as well as the fuel provided by novelty.

more info:
http://bravochild.com/
http://cognitonaut.com/
http://www.spacemaninwonderland.com/
http://watermelonfireworks.com/
http://penguinwolf.com/
http://www.theloop.com.au/bravochild/portfolio
https://sydneystatues.wordpress.com/performers/bravo-child/

Megan Clune – Ep17

Megan Clune is a composer, clarinetist, writer, curator and artist based in Sydney. In this episode we spend time thinking about sound and performer and audience as well as the day to day realities of anxiety-of-the-unknown, and the shifting of dreams. The entire podcast is also an audio tour of an average day walking through Marrickville.

more info:
http://www.meganaliceclune.com/
http://www.worldsonlymagazine.com/
http://www.worldsonlymagazine.com/
https://soundcloud.com/alaska-orchestra

Heather Forknell – Ep 16

Heather Forknell is an artist based in the UK. I got to chat with her recently about tactile technology in performance and the legacy of crafting an experience.

more info:
http://hforknell.tumblr.com/

Rosslyn Wythes – Ep 15

Rosslyn Wythes speaks with Wombat Radio about thinking about thinking about things, singing your thoughts, ambitious ideas, considering everything, and veggie burgers.

more info:
www.youtube.com/user/rozwythes

Anton – Australian Dance Awards – Ep 14

Anton gave Wombat Radio some time today to talk about being the Artistic Director of the 2014 Australian Dance Awards, the history of the event, how to consider community when event managing and what we can expect on the night.

more info:
http://www.australiandanceawards.net.au
http://www.sydneyoperahouse.com
http://ausdance.org.au

Emi Forster – Ep 13

Emi Forster gave an hour to wombat radio to speak about new structures for artists, moving from Australia to Canada, and collaborating.

more info:
http://dancemakers.org/

Aimee Smith – Ep 12

Aimee Smith and Matt Cornell discuss dancing in the club, effort towards changing the world, collaboration and her piece Borderline.

more info:
http://www.aimee-smith.com/