Zoë Bastin is an artist living in Narrm (Melbourne). Bastin works in-between sculpture and dance creating choreography, objects, videos, photos and performances. Exploring the materiality of bodies and objects, her practice re-imagines her body and its connection to spatial, material and social contexts. Her recent project choreographic project Volition tries to queer movements inherited from dance training to find the body anew.
Currently undertaking her PhD at RMIT University Bastin researches the materiality of bodies and objects to understand ontology. Bastin has previously exhibited and performed at The Substation, Paradise Hills Gallery, Wyndham City Council, Seventh Gallery, MADA Gallery at Monash University, Testing Grounds, School of Art Gallery RMIT University, Tinning St Presents, c3 Gallery and BLINDSIDE Art Space.
Bastin’s current projects include organising the Queer(y)ing Creative Practice Reading Group, Relics of Survival at Bus Projects, ongoing choreography That which was once familiar and Waves are Disturbances for BLINDSIDE.
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