Lizzie Thomson, born on Ngunnawal/Ngambri country, has been engaging in dance professionally for over two decades as a dancer, choreographer, writer and educator. Lizzie has collaborated and performed in Australia and internationally in works by numerous artists including Mette Edvardsen, Jane McKernan, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Diana Baker-Smith, Marina Abramovic, Angela Goh, Jochen Roller and Emma Fielden. She danced with Rosalind Crisp in Sydney, Paris and Berlin from 1997-2007 and recommenced working with Ros in 2021. Lizzie’s writing on dance and contemporary art has been published in books including Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine, a project by Mette Edvardsen (2019), In Perpetuity, a project by Ivey Wawn (2020), Performing Process: Sharing Dance and Choreographic Practice (2018), as well as in several journals and exhibition catalogues. She has guest edited journal issues on dance for Runway Australian Experimental Art (Issue #36 DANCE) and for Critical Path’s Critical Dialogues (Issue #9 DANCE/VISUAL/ART).
Antistatic Redux: The real time it takes... , Liveworks 2023
AGNSW Lab, 2023