Andrew Batt-Rawden is a sound-based contemporary performance artist from Sydney. The queerification of his practice began with experimental music composition transitioning to a music and movement performance practice which he now pursues within frames of queer culture, disability community and trauma-informed practice. Key influences have included Conservatorium music studies, informal dance and physical theatre pathways, as well as a diversity of collaborations. He has been particularly influenced by his partner Dean Walsh, who continues to teach and inspire Andrew in their shared making and facilitation projects.
DAY FOR NIGHT, LIVEWORKS 2021
QUEER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM, 2022
QUEER NU WERK, 2022