Choreographer/Performer/Producer: Jenni Large Collaborating Performers: Georgia Rudd, Ashlegih Musk, Amber McCartney, Erin O’Rourke 
Internship Dancer/Stompin Mentorship: Ebony Nichols & Jesper Harrison
Sound Designer: Anna Smith
Costume & Set Designer: Michelle Boyde
Auspice Partner: Tasdance

First Night Residency Collaborators: Erin O’Rourke, Bella Hood & Liesel Zink


This project has been made possible by the Australian Government's Regional Arts Fund, which supports the arts in regional and remote Australia through a Dancenorth 4 Walls and a Floor residency program 2020

Arts QLD Judith Wright Center, First Night Showcase Residency Program 2021

And recent development was assisted by RANT ARTS Tasmania project fund 2021 and Arts Tasmania, Artsbridge



Body Body Commodity

Feb 2022 development video: https://vimeo.com/696414454

July 2021 development video: https://vimeo.com/587040668
Work in Progress

‘Body Body Commodity is concerned with the commodification of the female body in relation to consumerism and capitalism.

Equally visceral and visual, an all female cast animate a mass of foam objects, exploring the dynamic between object, subject and viewer.

The work comments on our capitalist society and consumerist behaviour, where the value of material things is inextricably linked to the value we place upon women's bodies - a cultural conditioning ready for subversion, re-imagining and revolutionising.

In a social climate that is losing touch with the natural world, to centralise the female body and our relationship to it - the basis for all our relationships - is timely and necessary.

If how we relate to the world is reflected through how we relate to ourselves, can we transform all our relationships, to objects, to nature and to others, by transforming our relationship with our own bodies?’



Image credits: Gabriel Comerford 2022 (Brick wall)
& Jade Ellis 2021 (Black theatre space)