Siobhan is a Melbourne/Naarm based choreographer and dancer, graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2016 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. She has since presented her award-winning choreography internationally as well as in key Australian festivals such as Dance Massive, and developed ongoing relationships with major companies such as Temperance Hall, Lucy Guerin Inc. and Dancehouse. Over the past four years Siobhan has been building an artistic practice that investigates movement, sound and language using rhythmic structures and patterns. She has been researching ways of incorporating these together to expand and question the relationship between the mediums.
Siobhan has presented three choreographic works; Petri-Dish (2016&17) performed at the VCA then remounted and toured to Hong Kong and Singapore with the University, Utterance (2017&19) presented in the Melbourne Fringe Festival and Dance Massive Festival with Dancehouse and Drama 2,3,4 (2019) presented in Lucy Guerin Inc.’s program PIECES in partnership with The Substation. Siobhan’s work Utterance received the ‘Best Dance Award’ and ‘Temperance Hall Award’ in the Melbourne Fringe Festival and received a nomination for the ‘Shirley McKechnie Award for Choreography’ in the 2019 Green Room Awards for its presentation in Dance Massive Festival.
Lena collaborated on the 2020 Little Operations with Lena Douglas.