About Sarah’s Residency

This LGI Residency sees Sarah continue development of a new work Self Titled.

Sarah began this work during her Culturelab Residency at Arts House, which builds on ‘explorations into the extension and expansion of self.’

About Sarah Aiken

SARAH AIKEN is a Melbourne based performer, choreographer and teacher, working across a wide range of contexts. 

Sarah’s work investigates authorship, scale and the self, looking at the roles of audience, performer, subject and object, employing repurposed materials, objects, sound, light to distort & manipulate perspectives. Sarah has presented work nationally and internationally in festivals, theatre space, education, music, live art, visual art and site responsive contexts. 

About LGI Residencies

LGI Residencies offer artists the freedom to explore new ideas, develop new works and cultivate their choreographic practice. Studio space and administrative support are offered by LGI, as well as the opportunity to share outcomes of the residency in a way that best supports the artist in residence.

Out of Time residencies take place during evenings and weekends. This format offers choreographers more flexibility in their schedule as well as optimising the use of these stunning studio spaces.

For more information on LGI’s residency program and the other 2019 Artists-in-Residence, please visit the Residency tab on our Programs page. Each will also have a blog post, offering an insight into their projects as they progress - find these on our About page under News.

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