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We're no one-trick-pony. Here are some of the visual and performing art, film and experimental bits & and bobs we're currently working on.

The   witch   of   corinth

By el waddingham

Directed by Annabel Gilbert 

Created in collaboration with Backbone Brisbane & Critical Path


'MEDEA: THE WITCH OF CORINTH' is a magickal adaptation of Euripedes’ Medea, by theatre maker and witchcraft practitioner el waddingham & directed by Annabel Gilbert.


It’s the 1970s’. Second-wave feminism is sweeping the Western world. A new-age witch born of ancient magic is being betrayed by all the men around her. Until a female force too strong to ignore comes knocking, and empowers her to take charge, whatever the cost. 


Beware the season of the witch, and her loyal, sirenic coven. 


This isn't your grandma's Medea-it's a concoction of live ritual, dance and traditional Greek theatre, blended to create an experiential piece of performance art. A deep exploration of the danger and joy of social movements, the work seeks to interrogate why women have relentlessly been drawn towards witchcraft throughout history. Daring, dark and divine, for anyone who’s felt the call of something greater from the ashes of the past.


THAT  is  not  supposed  to  be  there!!!

THAT is not supposed to be there!!! is a photographic lamentation on the non-binary body in spaces corrupted by capitalism, and a reflection of the uncomfortability inherent in queerness

We haven't started working on this on this one yet. So here's a picture of el at a club wearing a pair of build-a-bear sunglasses

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death  of  venus ,  birth of diana

How is a feminist God born in the 21st century? Is it money, power, purity? Spoiler alert: you can’t predict divinity. A concoction of salt water, raspberry vodka cruisers, secondhand smoke and the prying male gaze created the perfect biological recipe for the creation of a Lady Diana, mad feral feminist.

Mon cheri, you’re in for the ride of your life. Literally.

Expect sex, drag poetry and goddessery in this film work that explores the entanglement between Gods and women throughout time.

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