Keith’s hybrid work permeates between performance, emerging technology, spirituality and the body. He creates physical theatre, interactive installations, ritualistic structures and digital projections to navigate how various technologies augment, limit and represent the lived experience through our bodies. The work is playful yet conceptual, visually striking and transformative.
With a Masters in Solo / Dance / Authorship from HZT (Inter-Universtity Centre for Dance Berlin) and undergraduate in Computer Science / Psychology, Keith’s “jack of all trades” practice leads him to be an embodiment of mixed approaches.
Selected presentation contexts include: Belluard Bollwerk International Fribourg Switzerland, TripSpace and Heywood Gallery UK, Boomtown Fair UK, National Galleries Victoria, Sydney Opera House, Performance Space Sydney, Uferstudios Berlin, Spätival Kassel, WOMAD Adelaide, Eye on Malaysia Kula Lumpur, Edinburgh Fringe, Palace of Culture Warsaw, Incheon River Festival Seoul, Monto Nomo Portugal, ImpulzTanz Vienna.