Geoffrey is a Melbourne-based artist, whose work is rooted in choreography and has branches in wearable design, text, lighting, sculpture and photography. Geoffrey’s work exists as a miscommunication between the exterior: using distraction, misdirection and myopic devotion in this attempt.
In addition to his own performances, Geoffrey’s designs have appeared in performances by Lucy Guerin Inc, Nana Biliuš-Abaffy, Lilian Steiner, Brooke Stamp, Holly Durant, Phillip Adams BalletLab and Chamber Made, and have been showcased in exhibitions at Melbourne Fashion Week and Virgin Australia Fashion Festival, 10 Days Festival and the Adelaide Biennial.
As a performer, Geoffrey has worked with companies and artists including Phillip Adams BalletLab, Lucy Guerin Inc, Nana Biluš-Abaffy, Natalie Abbott, Lee Serle, Alisdair Macindoe, Gekidan Kaitaisha and The Australian Ballet.
Geoffrey’s performance works include Camel (Next Wave Festival 2016), Loving You Ad Nauseam (Melbourne Fringe Festival, 2016) DISTRACTION: Smackdown! (Melbourne Fashion Festival, 2017), DISTRACTION: T.C.is a piece of shit (Counihan Gallery, 2017), Geoffrey’s Corpse (Uferstudios, Berlin, 2019), Rachael Wisby (Newport Substation/Lucy Guerin Inc., 2019) and It Happens to me Every Summer (film work for The Australian Ballet, 2021).
Visit Geoffrey’s website here.