EMMA WILSON CV
2010 Bachelor of Choreography, The School For New Dance Development, Amsterdam
School For The Arts
2004 Bachelor of Contemporary Arts (Dance), Deakin University
2021 Creative Movement Facilitator at Multicap
2020 “Nature Bots” – directed, filmed, edited and performed by Emma Wilson, with
audio input from Chelsea Chua.
2020 “Field” – directed, filmed, edited and performed by Emma Wilson, with sound by
2020 “Mother” – directed, filmed, edited and performed by Emma Wilson
2020 “Perfect Grasp” – directed, filmed, edited and performed by Emma Wilson
2020 “On The Question of Value”, Text commissioned by Delving Into Dance in
partnership with Critical Path as part of the Why Dance Matters Now series.
2020 “To practice being in the practice”, self-produced text.
2017 “Playroom” – a collaboration between choreographer Emma Wilson and sound
artist Luke Jaaniste, produced by Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance
2020 RADF Continuing Creating Grant, supported by Moreton Bay Regional Council
and Arts Queensland for a home residency “Exploring the use of video as a
2020 RADF Concept Development grant, supported by Moreton Bay Regional Council
and Arts Queensland, to begin developing a new performance installation “Bringing In
2020 “In Conversation: Practice without Product with Emma Wilson”, a podcast
conversation commissioned by Maris Georgiou as part of her Museum of Brisbane
(MoB)’s ARTISTS@HOME Residency.
2020 “Site 1.0”, a concept development for a performance project commissioned by
Emma Che Raetke which brought together performing artists within the Moreton Bay
Region to identify ways we could develop our work within our community, using
non-traditional spaces for performance.
2016- present Co-founder and co-director of Open Practice, an artist run initiative
dedicated to supporting dance artists through providing platforms for sharing and
reflecting on practice.
2018 – present Co-founder and co-director of Talking Space, an artist run intitiative running events supportins artists to talk about their practice.
2019 Co-curater “The Workers Paradise”, a space inviting artists to imagine new ways
of creating, collaborating and practicing together.