Artist . Choreographer

About

Emma Fishwick

Photos by Sarah Walker 2017

EMMA is an artist whose work takes numerous forms. Her practice spans dance, visual-arts and the written word. Based in Perth, Emma graduated from WAAPA Honours (Dance) program LINK in 2010 and has since engaged in multiple projects in Sydney, Berlin, Bilbao, Perth and most recently at Next Wave (2016) and Dance Massive (2017) in Melbourne. She has also undertaken a residency at Bundanon Trust NSW, a SEED residency in WA and has commenced a Master of Arts (Choreography) at WAAPA which includes working with LINK Dance Company as a guest artist. In 2018, Emma has been awarded the role as an Associate Artist and will be working with Co3 Australia as a choreographic assistant, along with production management and videography.

I am: an enthusiast, re-arranger, documenter, wordsmith, choreographer, somewhere between me and a composed version of myself. My multifaceted practice spans dance, written word and visual documentation (fine line drawing, sculpture, film and photography). To date, my work has been dictated my choreographic practice, however I have begun to search for a process that enables an equal dialogue between each of my interests. Conceptually, I hold a hearty continuous curiosity surrounding lineage and my place within a larger spectrum. I am interested in transforming space, shifting viewers to accept the unknown and to learn from their experiences.

Open Studio at Dance Massive 2017  Image by Sarah Walker

Open Studio at Dance Massive 2017 Image by Sarah Walker

EMMA is an artist whose work takes numerous forms. Her practice spans dance, visual-arts and the written word. Based in Perth, Emma graduated from WAAPA Honours (Dance) program LINK in 2010 and has since engaged in multiple projects in Sydney, Berlin, Bilbao, Perth and most recently at Next Wave (2016) and Dance Massive (2017) in Melbourne. She has also undertaken a residency at Bundanon Trust NSW, a SEED residency in WA and has commenced a Master of Arts (Choreography) at WAAPA which includes working with LINK Dance Company as a guest artist. In 2018, Emma has been awarded the role as an Associate Artist and will be working with Co3 Australia as a choreographic assistant, along with production management and videography. In 2019, Emma has joined the STRUT Dance Board, Lectures in Multi-Media and Dance History at WAAPA, Choreographed for the International Young Choreographers Project in Taiwan and is undertaking a 5-month creative research project culminating in a SEED Residency at The State Theatre Centre of WA.

I am: an enthusiast, re-arranger, documenter, wordsmith, choreographer, somewhere between me and a composed version of myself. My multifaceted practice spans dance, written word and visual documentation (fine line drawing, sculpture, film and photography). To date, my work has been dictated my choreographic practice, however I have begun to search for a process that enables an equal dialogue between each of my interests. Conceptually, I hold a hearty continuous curiosity surrounding lineage and my place within a larger spectrum. I am interested in transforming space, shifting viewers to accept the unknown and to learn from their experiences.