Imogen Cranna

Performer& Choreographer

Project:
She only barks at night
She [Still] Cries at Night
She Cries at Night
I Love Todd Sampson 2013

Imogen is a multi-disciplinary artist. In 2009, she joined youMove Company, and has had the opportunity to work as a dancer with both established and emerging Australian choreographers such as Kay Armstrong, Emma Saunders, Anton, Tony Osborne, Ian Colless and Sarah Vyne-Vassallo. Following her desire to create hybrid art with the interactive media program, Isadora, Imogen held an artist residency with Eramboo Artist Environment from 2009 to 2012. In 2010, her multimedia work Tyche appeared in the Sydney Fringe Festival as part of the triple bill, Three Steps Towards.

In 2012, she toured nationally as the new media artist on Vicki Van Hout’s critically acclaimed production Briwyant and in 2013, she collaborated as both a performer and media artist for The Living Room Theatre’s premiere of Michelle St Anne’s award winning theatre work, I Love Todd Sampson. She also appeared in her own work, wItness bench, as part of AIOP/Australia/2013. In 2014, Imogen presented ĭn-dwĕl′ for Dance Meets Music and created a public interactive sound installation, entitled play, as the inaugural recipient of the Enliven Pittwater Artist in Residence.

She collaborated as composer and media artist in 2015 for Cloé Fournier’s full-length work, Dining [Uns]-Table and undertook a one week full time Curated Residency at QL2 to develop her work WiTNESS, which looks into the potential of merging interactive media and authentic movement. Imogen also appeared in Michelle St Anne’s contemporary performance theatre work, She Only Barks at Night and most recently, she performed in Victoria Hunt’s multi-disciplinary work Tangi Wai, as part of LIVEWORKS 2015.

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