Lucy Guerin Inc (LGI) is an Australian contemporary dance company established in Melbourne in 2002 by Artistic Director Lucy Guerin to create and tour new dance works.
Renowned for the skill of its creative team and the originality of its productions, LGI is dedicated to researching, challenging and extending the art of contemporary dance.
LGI realises this in two ways. Firstly, through the creation of new dance works which regularly tour nationally and internationally. Secondly, by supporting the work of emerging and established artists through its wide-ranging studio programs, based at WXYZ Studios in North Melbourne.
Lucy Guerin Inc (LGI) is an Australian dance company established in Melbourne in 2002 to create and tour new dance works. The company has been based at its own venue, WXYZ Studios in North Melbourne, since 2018.
Renowned for the skill and originality of its small group of performers, LGI is dedicated to challenging and extending the art of contemporary dance. New productions are generated through an experimental approach to the creative process, and may involve voice, video, sound, text and design as well as Guerin’s lucid physical structures.
The company is a flexible model that values research and risk in the creative process and provides the conditions to question existing notions of dance. This is always a choreographic exploration, striving for visual, emotional and physical revelations that could not be generated or communicated in any other artform.
Over the last 19 years the company has evolved from a structure that enables Guerin’s choreographic projects, to an organisation that also supports the development of independent dance artists in Melbourne. Through a program of residencies, classes, workshops, presentations and mentoring opportunities, it is responsive to the shifting ideas and contexts generated by dance and choreography in the world today.
In 2020, Lucy Guerin Inc premiered Metal, a co-commission between Asia TOPA, Arts Centre Melbourne and Théâtre de la Ville.
LGI acknowledges the generous and valuable support that assists the company in achieving its organisational and creative goals.
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Stephen and Robyn Payne
Andrew and Tina Oxley
Donations help LGI achieve the extraordinary as both a world-renowned contemporary dance company and a valuable resource for professional dancers and dance-makers in Melbourne.
Our dance community is experiencing significant challenges in maintaining professional practice during the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent closure of studios and venues.
Your 100% tax deductible donation will directly assist LGI to:
Delivering online classes for professional dancers while our physical studios are closed;
Providing residencies and other professional development opportunities, with distancing and hygiene protocols;
Fostering new choreographic voices through our annual season of PIECES commissions;
Bringing our collaborators together to continue to develop LGI’s next ground-breaking work; and
Support the development and employment of Australian independent artists.
For everything your support enables us to achieve, we offer a heartfelt thank you.
As a donor, you’ll receive complimentary invites to all of our private studio showings, events and functions. We also proudly acknowledge all donations over $100 on our website, unless you request to remain anonymous.
The LGI Archive documents the company’s history through artefacts such as programs, photos and video footage. This physical archive is located at WXYZ Studios.
Now, thanks to an innovative partnership with the Digital Studio at the University of Melbourne, it is now possible to explore the history of Lucy Guerin Inc digitally, via the Theatre and Dance Platform.
Theatre and Dance Platform
Explore archival resources in the extensive Theatre and Dance Platform from the University of Melbourne.
This leading Australian digital repository showcases a wide range of theatre and dance collections, including the Lucy Guerin Inc archive. Easily search valuable resources including photographs, scenic and costume designs, video recordings, posters and textual material such as programmes, reviews and correspondence.
This is an ongoing project and recent works will be added periodically.
Inhabiting the Archive
In 2018, the Digital Studio at the University of Melbourne collaborated with Digital Heritage Australia to create a content-rich visualisation resource. Based at the former Lucy Guerin Inc Studio in West Melbourne, this digital tour offers an interactive experience of digital content from the LGI Archive.
Access Statement and Resources
LGI is committed to improving access and inclusion for Deaf and Disabled dance artists.
Ongoing improvements will actively aim to address barriers to access and participation, and enable Deaf and Disabled artists to access LGI’s programs and studio resources with the same opportunity, ease and freedom as any other artist. Download our commitment to access.
Disability Action Plan, 2020-2024
LGI’s Disability Action Plan 2020-2024 (DAP) lays out a five-year plan to improve the provision of access and inclusion for Deaf and Disabled artists at WXYZ Studios and in the Company’s studio programs.
Paul is a Melbourne based Lighting Designer with a broad range of experience in theatrical and event production.
His multifaceted knowledge has been used to provide integrated solutions for theatre, festivals and events around the world. Lighting design credits include: Metal, Make Your Own World, The Dark Chorus & Split (Lucy Guerin Inc); The Magic Flute (New Zealand Opera); Changes 變 and Siva (Black Grace Dance Company); Fault Lines (Le Shan Modern Dance Company); Trapper and Robot Song (Arena Theatre Company); Hot Brown Honey, Briefs: Close Encounters, Briefs: The Second Coming and Yana Alana: Queen Kong (Briefs Factory).
Paul is a Director of Additive, providing lighting design and technical solutions to the entertainment industry.
– Metal (2020) - Lighting Designer
– Make Your Own World (2019) - Lighting Designer
– Split (2017) - Lighting Designer
– The Dark Chorus (2016) - Lighting Designer and Production Manager
Image: Gregory Lorenzutti
+Nick Roux (Sound Designer)
Nick Roux is an artist working in sound and video.
His work is primarily focused on live performance and has manifested itself in composition, instrument creation, computer programming and visual/spatial design. He has created work locally and internationally across a wide spectrum of artistic platforms from solo gallery performances to multi-million dollar main stage theatrical productions.
Harriet Oxley has collaborated with Lucy Guerin on Split (original production), Attractor (co-production with Dancenorth and co-choreographed by Gideon Obarzanek) and on the multiple Green Room award-nominated The Dark Chorus.
She has designed costumes for choreographers Gideon Obarzanek (Chunky Move and Sydney Dance Company), Stephanie Lake, Michelle Heaven, Ros Warby, Victoria Chiu and Sean Curham (NZ).
For Victorian Opera, Harriet has designed six productions including the 2016 coproduction with Circus Oz Laughter and Tears, and the co-production with Chunky Move, Assembly. Her design for Angelique won the Green Room award for Design for Opera in 2011.
Harriet has also designed for Tamara Saulwick, Dislocate Physical Theatre, NICA, VCA’s music theatre department, and the big-budget musical Moonshadow.
Harriet is a graduate of VCA theatre design and Fashion at RMIT.
Bosco Shaw works primarily as a Lighting and Set Designer.
His interest is in work that involves bodies and movement, how light feeds and influences the performing space and collaborations that propose alternate light sources and means. He works with Paul Lim and Tom Wright as ADDITIVE, a collaborative lighting design company.
Design projects include: Antony Hamilton - Meeting, Tim Darbyshire - Stampede the Stampede, LGI and Dancenorth - Attractor; Chunky Move - It Cannot Be Stopped, Matthew Sleeth - A Drone Opera, Stephanie Lake - Double Blind, Replica, Colossus; Luke George - Erotic Dance, Chamber Made Opera - Permission to Speak, Between 8 and 9, Asia TOPA - XO State; Nick Power - Between Tiny Cities, Mel Lane - Nightdance, Cambodian Living Arts - Bangsokol: Requiem for Cambodia; Mona Foma - Faux Mo 2018/2019, and Dark Mofo - Night Mass.
– Attractor (2017) - Lighting Designer
+Andrew Treloar (Costume Designer)
Andrew Treloar has been pursuing his art practice since 2009, concurrent with a clothing design career.
His practice is grounded in drawing and extends to painting, installation, performance and transdisciplinary actions. His first solo exhibition, A Figurative Relationship, was at Red Gallery in 2010, followed in 2012 by An Other Thing at Kings ARI. He completed his Masters in Contemporary Art in 2012 and is currently undertaking a Masters in Fine Art by research, studying the interrelationships of human movement within art practice. He has won a number of awards and grants including the Mary and Lou Senini award at McClelland Gallery and the Fiona Myer Award.
Recent works include drawings, a short series of dance films and a series of dance-based events performed in pre-conditioned spaces. He enjoys collaborative relationships with a number of emerging artists and choreographers and companies including Dancenorth, Henry Jock Walker, Leah Landau, Jo Lloyd and Shian Law. He has exhibited and performed with them in various projects in Melbourne and further afield.
– Metal (2020) - Costume Designer
– Make Your Own World (2019) - Costume Designer
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LGI Residency: Luke Fryer, Benjamin Hurley and Emma Riches
18 Mar 2020
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Work with Lucy Guerin Inc: Executive Producer
06 Jun 2019
Here is a rare opportunity to join one of Australia’s leading contemporary dance companies in the influential role of Executive Producer. Lucy Guerin Inc (LGI) engages in an inspiring and innovative e…
PIECES PIECES is an evolution of Lucy Guerin Inc’s annual performance program Pieces for Small Spaces. Established in 2005, Pieces for Small Spaces has supported the work of emerging and independent c…
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Join us for an upcoming event: Critter with Shelley Lasica - Thursday 2 May 2019 Shelley will present the initial stages of ‘If I Don’t Understand You’ and ‘Greater Union’. The sharing of material will be f…
ESZTER SALAMON - REPLAY This February, world-renown Hungarian choreographer and KCA Jury member, Eszter Salamon, will work with ten Australian female performers to bring her new work REPLAY to life. Pre…
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The 2017 Australian Dance Awards nominations are out! Lucy Guerin has been shortlisted for the OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN CHOREOGRAPHY award for The Dark Chorus and the incredible Benjamin Hancock for…
We’re turning 15: come party with us! DJs, cheap drinks, raffle prizes, tasty snacks and good vibes. And birthday cake! Featuring special guest performances from these legends: Nat Abbott, Bec Jensen &…
BE PART OF ATTRACTOR - JOIN THE DANCERS ON STAGE!
14 Feb 2017
ATTRACTOR – a trance-noise odyssey that transcends all borders. Premiering Asia TOPA 22 February. By Lucy Guerin Inc and Dancenorth, featuring Indonesia’s tour-de-force music duo Senyawa. BE PART OF THE E…
FIRST RUN IS BACK THIS MONDAY 12th SEP!
09 Sep 2016
First Run is a Lucy Guerin Inc studio program presented at our space in West Melbourne. The evening has an informal setting, with two artists sharing 10 – 15 minutes of their work. This may include in…
FIRST RUN #2 MONDAY 18TH APRIL 2016 | 6.30PM – 8PM First Run is a program held at our West Melbourne studio five times a year, with two artists sharing 10 – 15 minutes of their work. This could take on a …
ANNOUNCING 2016 LUCY GUERIN INC STUDIO RESIDENTS
14 Jan 2016
We are delighted to announce our 2016 Studio Residents as: Sarah Aiken Chloe Chignell Tim Darbyshire Prue Lang Our four studio residents will each receive two weeks in-kind studio space here at the Lu…
First Run returns on Monday 14th September - The evening has an informal setting, with two artists sharing 10 – 15 minutes of their work. This may include initial draft ideas, works in progress, the de…
Letter to the Senate Inquiry opposing cuts to arts funding
17 Jul 2015
Lucy Guerin Inc has submitted a letter to the Senate Inquiry into the last two federal arts budgets, following recent announcements of cuts to arts funding in Australia. Read our letter to the Senate …
OPEN INVITATION - PERFORMANCE BY MARTIN NACHBAR. 8/9 MAY
30 Apr 2015
German artist Martin Nachbar presents his performance of URHEBEN AUFHEBEN regarding his process and approaches to re-enactment, reconstruction and historical dance pieces as well as those of Dore Hoyer,…
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YOGA CLASSES – 6 WEEK BLOCK WITH JO LLOYD
03 Feb 2015
Lucy Guerin Inc will now be offering yoga classes for 6 weeks on Friday’s with Power Living qualified Yoga teacher and professional dancer/choreographer JO LLOYD. Dates: Every Friday – 6th February to …
MEDIA RELEASE - EUROPEAN PREMIERE OF WEATHER IN PARIS 2015
18 Dec 2014
Everyone is very excited at Lucy Guerin Inc HQ for the upcoming tour of Weather to prestigious venue Theatre de la Ville in Paris. We will also premiere Microclimate - an adaptation of Weather as a mat…
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FIRST RUN RETURNS THIS MONDAY 3 NOVEMBER 2014 Presenting artists: Alice Hayward James Batchelor Facilitator: Brooke Stamp Guest Conversationalist: Luke George Date: Monday 3rd Nov 2014 Time: 6.30pm – 8…
COMPANY CLASS | 13th OCT - 14th NOV 2014
08 Oct 2014
COMPANY CLASS @ LUCY GUERIN INC IS BACK OCT/NOV 2014 Whilst the Company is in development for our new work Motion Picture to premiere in 2015 – we are opening up Company class to the public. Still at on…
SECONDMENT APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR OCT-NOV 2014
23 Jun 2014
OCT – NOV 2014 SECONDMENT APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN Secondment applications for the next development period of Lucy Guerin Inc’s new work are now open. Secondments will be 1 week long Mon to Fri, during the…
LGI PROFESSIONAL DANCE CLASSES ARE BACK IN MAY 2014!
01 May 2014
During May 2014 renowned artist and choreographer Stephanie Lake, will be making a new work here at the Lucy Guerin Inc Studios. During that time we will be offering morning class with some amazing te…
DANCE CLASS FOR PROFESSIONALS - MAR/APR 2014
26 Mar 2014
Dates: Mon - Fri, 10th March - 17th April 2014 (no class on Good Friday) Time: 9:30 - 10:45am Cost: $10 BOOKINGS NOW OPEN ONLINE! Places are strictly limited due to studio size, so please book early t…
Tanja Liedtke Fellow Kasia Sitarz at Lucy Guerin Inc
24 Mar 2010
2011 Tanja Liedtke Fellow, Katarzyna (Kasia) Sitarz has been in Melbourne for the past three weeks to embark on her Fellowship program. She started by seeing over a dozen performances by Australia’s f…
2006 Green Room Award Nominations Announced
01 Apr 2007
Lucy Guerin won a 2006 Victorian Green Room Award for Best Choreography for Structure and Sadness Byron Perry also won a for Best Male Dancer for his work in 2006 including Structure and Sadness. CONG…
Amrita Hepi is an award winning Choreographer and Dancer from Bundjulung (AUS) and Ngapuhi (NZ) territories.
Her work is characterised by hybridity and engages in extending choreographic practices by combining dance and movement with other domains such as visual art, language and participatory research.
An artist with a broad scope she has toured work in the form of performance and video nationally and internationally through theatres and galleries in Australia, Europe and the U.S.A. Amrita trained at NAISDA and Alvin Ailey Dance theatre, New York. In 2019 she was a commissioned artist for The National: New Australian art 2019 and the recipient of the dance web scholarship to be mentored by Anne Juren, Mette Ingvarsten and Annie Dorsen. In 2018 she was the recipient of the people’s choice award for the Keir Choreographic award and was also named one of Forbes Asia 30 under 30.
An artist with a broad reach, Amrita combines her interest in materials/objects and choreography in the search for allegory & advocacy for first nations sovereignty with a compelling and diverse physical practice.
Georgina is Director of Development at ACMI.
She is an executive manager who has happily combined her love of arts and culture with her day job over a career spanning 20 years in media, major events and the arts.
She has held senior leadership roles across Melbourne’s cultural and government sectors over the past decade, and led business development, brand, marketing, digital and communications strategy for prestigious Victorian attractions and events including Melbourne Fringe, Melbourne Writers Festival, NGV and ACMI.
Georgina is also the co-owner of Collingwood wine bar, Smithward.
+Ian McDougall (Chair)
Ian McDougall is a Founding Director of ARM Architecture.
He was registered in Victoria as an architect in 1980 and was made a Life Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in 2004. His design work has had recognition in the professional arena for individual projects and as an urban designer. Ian was also awarded the Federation Medal in 2000.
Ian began his studies at the University of Adelaide, completing his architecture degree in 1979 at the RMIT University and completed his Master of Architecture at RMIT in 1993. In 1992 he was made an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at RMIT, and has taught in the undergraduate and masters course at RMIT, as well as visiting teaching positions of University of Western Australia and The University of Sydney.
He served as the President of the Victorian Chapter of the RAIA and was National Treasurer from 2000-2002. In 2003 he was awarded a Centenary Medal for his contribution to Australian Architecture. He was elected as a National Councillor of the RAIA in 2006 and as Treasurer in 2007.
Ian is Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Adelaide and was recently appointed to the Melbourne Festival Board of Directors.
+Lorrae Nicholson (Deputy Chair)
Lorrae is a Corporate Partnership and Fundraising Specialist working with Headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation LTD.
Lorrae is a highly experienced and successful relationship manager in the non-profit and arts sectors. She has a Honours in Business Marketing and a Post Graduate Certificate in Sustainability.
+Lucy Guerin AO (Artistic Director & CEO)
Artistic Director of Lucy Guerin Inc
For more information, please see Lucy Guerin in the Staff section.
+Margaret Parker FCA (Treasurer)
Margaret is a Chartered Accountant and a Fellow of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ).
Her involvement with the CAANZ has been considerable. She was a National Board Member from 2005 to 2008 and held the position of Victorian Chairman in 2003. In 2009 Margaret was awarded the Meritorious Services Award for outstanding services to the profession and in particular the CAANZ. Margaret was a member of the International Federation of Accountants Nominating Committee (2010 to 2013).
Margaret is a former Director, now Senior Associate of Hayes Knight Melbourne. Her directorships include Waverley Storage Pty Ltd, Storage and Warehousing Services Pty Ltd, Jean Hailes Foundation, Eirene Lucas Foundation and John and Elaine King Foundation. Margaret was a Director of Chunky Move Contemporary Dance company from 2003 to 2015.
Robin Fox is an internationally-recognised Melbourne-based audio-visual artist working across live performance, exhibitions, public art and composition for contemporary dance.
His laser works, which synchronize sound & visual electricity in hyper-amplified 3D space, have been performed in over 60 cities worldwide. His latest, Single Origin, premiered at Unsound Krakow and has since played at Caixa (Barcelona), Mona Foma, FACT (Liverpool), Sonica Fest London, Unsound Baku (Azerbaijan), Berlin Atonal, Mutek Montreal & Mexico, Vancouver New Music Festival, Semibreve Festival (Portugal) among others. His new work QUADRA commissioned by HOTA on the Gold Coast recently proved a popular hit at the GLOW festival 2018.
His ground-breaking work with Chunky Move contributed to the work Mortal Engine receiving a Helpmann award for best visual production and an honourable mention at the the illustrious Prix Ars Electronica 2009. Since 2008, he has composed music for over 25 contemporary dance works (many nominated for Greenroom and Helpmann Awards) working with Australian choreographic luminaries Gideon Obarzanek, Lucy Guerin, Stephanie Lake and Antony Hamilton.
His art/science sound work Interior Design: Music for the Bionic Ear was shortlisted for a Future Everything award in the UK 2011 and selected by the Paris Rostrum of Composers in 2012. He has released numerous sound works on labels across Europe, Australia and the US and released a limited digital edition of AV work Magnetic Trap through s[edition] in the UK.
Public art projects include creating a Giant Theremin for the City of Melbourne, a seven metre tall interactive musical sculpture; White Beam, commissioned by the first Dark Mofo which shot a high powered white laser through the trees on Salamanca lawns; Skylight, a major city wide installation premiering in 2016 commissioned by Melbourne Fringe.
In 2016, he became the founding director of MESS (Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio), a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to giving everyone access to the entire history of electronic musical instruments.
He holds a PhD in composition from Monash University and an MA in musicology. The latter documents the history of experimental music in Melbourne 1975-1979.
Tra Mi Dinh is a freelance dance artist based in Melbourne.
She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) from Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. Upon graduating in 2014, she was awarded the Orloff Family Charitable Trust Scholarship for Most Outstanding Dancer.
Tra Mi has performed for Victoria Chiu in works presented at Melbourne’s Multicultural Arts Festival (2016) and the inaugural AsiaTopa Festival (2017). In 2016 she understudied for a remount of Ohad Naharin’s Deca Dance in Perth. In 2017 she performed in Michelle Heaven’s work In Plan at the prestigious Melbourne Festival. During the 2018 MEL&NYC festival, Tra Mi performed in the sellout season of The Gallery Workout, by the New York based Monica Bill Barnes & Company.
More recently, she has been working for Lucy Guerin Inc on Make Your Own World (2019), Tra Mi’s first work with Lucy Guerin Inc.
Image from Make Your Own World (2019) rehearsals in 2018. Credit: Gregory Lorenzutti
Amber is a Melbourne-based freelance dance artist. Since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2012, she has worked for several Australian companies and independent artists.
She has performed for Chunky Move’s Token Armies, Dancenorth’s OneInfinity (Gideon Obarzanek & Amber Haines), Antony Hamilton Projects Number of the Machine, Tasdance’s Reactor and James Batchelor’s Red Shift and Island with international tours of Deepspace, Multiplication, Violence & Metasystems.
Amber has been working closely with Prue Lang since 2011, performing in Project F, Yoni, Accumulation, Spaceproject, A Ten Minute Event of Lived Abstraction & Stellar Project.
Lilian Steiner is a Melbourne-based dancer and choreographer working within dance, the visual arts and experimental sound performance.
Since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2010, Lilian has worked with Lucy Guerin Inc across many projects, and also has worked with choreographers Phillip Adams (Balletlab), Shelley Lasica, Melanie Lane, Brooke Stamp, Leah Landau and Rennie McDougall, amongst others, as well as visual artists Sally Smart, Brooke Andrew, Ash Keating, Mikala Dwyer and Alicia Frankovic, architect Matthew Bird (Studio Bird) and sound artists JLIN, Anna Homler and Richie Cyngler.
Lilian received the Green Room Award for Best Female Dancer in both 2017 and 2018, as well as the Helpmann Award in 2017.
Lilian’s own choreographic projects have been presented as part of both national and international contexts and most notably include Memoir for Rivers and The Dictator (Dance Massive 2019, with an excerpt originally commissioned for the Kier Choreographic Award 2018 and presented at Constellations Festival (Toulon, France) and Les Plateaux de la Briqueterie (Paris, France)), Metal Under Venus - The Fall of the Sun (Hong Kong International Choreography Festival, 2017), Admission into the Everyday Sublime (Next Wave Festival, 2016), BUNKER (Melbourne Fringe Festival, 2015), Noise Quartet Meditation (Melbourne Fringe Festival, 2014, Dance Massive 2017, Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris & Féte de la Musique, Geneva 2018), Meditation (Melbourne Now, NGV, 2014) and The Call to Connect – Voyager Recordings (Lucy Guerin Inc.’s Pieces for Small Spaces, 2012).
Noise Quartet Meditation received the 2015 Green Room Award for Concept and Realisation.