Sarah Scott part 1

‘Dancing as a way to feel de-individuated.’


Sezzo Snot is a DJ, writer, event producer, radio presenter, booty-shaker and irrepressible energy-source from Brisbane. Beginning in 2013, her DJ career has been a rapid upward spiral that’s taken her from the gender- and sexuality-inclusive club nights of her hometown to Sydney’s dance circuit, from performing for artists to the art galleries of Queensland, to back-up dancing for Big Freedia, to support slots for international icons Le1f and Coolio.

Now the host of the Crystal Crush on Brisbane’s iconic 4ZzZ 102.1FM, Sezzo has cemented her place as High Priestess of the Underground, contributing her cultural knowledge to publications, from feminist zines to Broadsheet, and spreading the love for bounce and twerk to everything she touches.


things said:

  • “there is no snobbery towards pop” SS
  • “why is it bad to be sexy?” SS
  • “needless norms” SS
  • “i’m  big believer in the practical application of philosophy” SS
  • “just because something is popular doesn’t mean it doesn’t have worth” SS
  • “i’m a little bit baffled as to why they (other rationalists or philosophers) think people don’t need help and why a little bit of rational thinking wouldn’t be useful and that’s our specialty” SS
  • “accessibly without ever-simplification” SS
  • “twitter is modern day Montaigne and Rochefoucauld” SS
  • “just leave the world better than you found it” SS
  • “i don’t believe in revolutions, they’re dangerous and create power vacuums” SS
  • “it takes ages to question your own assumptions” SS
  • “it’s not constructive to be completely ironic” SS



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Matt Cornell is based in the Asia-Pacific region and grew up in Darwin, on Larrakia land. He works through dance, choreography, sound, photography, and discussion to question the arbitrary configuration of systems, and is passionate about overcoming cognitive bias... to ask better questions… to dissolve malignant social narratives.

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