Shian Law is a Melbourne-based performance artist who aligns himself with post-medium experimentalism, new dance practice, new media and interdisciplinary collaboration. He received formal training in dance at The Victorian College of the Arts and regularly works as a performer, collaborator, choreographer in the context of dance, trans-media performance and live-art intervention. He has worked closely with choreographer/mentor Jo Lloyd and trans-media artist Thea Baumann (Metaverse Makeovers, APHIDS), as well as Phillip Adams, Deanne Butterworth, Mikala Dwyer and Brooke Stamp. Law received Melbourne Fringe Best Dance for Proximate Edifice, Dance Australia Best New Work and the award for Innovation in Dance (Judith Wright Centre) for Body Obscure Object.
For Melbourne Now Shian Law will be performing a work as part of the February Solo Series.
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