Brooke Stamp (b. Sydney 1979) is an Australian dancer, choreographer and educator. Her career spans two-decades of inquiry in dance, visual art, sound-performance, writing and dramaturgy; and is distinguished by a prolific body of work with Melbourne-based experimental dance company Phillip Adams BalletLab.
Stamp has performed the work of Adam Linder, Miguel Gutierrez, Maria Hassabi, Rebecca Hilton and Shelley Lasica among others, earning multiple Award nominations throughout her career for best female performer, including the prestigious Australia Council Fellowship for Dance (2017).
Since 2011, Stamp has regularly collaborated with Australian visual artist Agatha Gothe-Snape; for the works Here, an Echo, 20th Biennale of Sydney; Rhetorical Chorus, and Oh Window (Mori Museum Tokyo), and has performed in the work of Adam Linder, Shelf Life, Some Cleaning and Some Trade at the Museum of Modern Art (New York) National Gallery of Victoria (AU), the Hannah Hoffman Gallery (LA), The Wattis Institute (San Fran), Kunsthalle Bern (Switz). Stamp has an MFA from the UNSW School of Art & Design, and is completing a PhD at the University of Melbourne Faculty of Fine Arts and Music.
Mickey, Liveworks 2023