Audioreflection pod: Sofie Burgoyne
Audioreflection pod, hosted by the Department of Dance at Stockholm University of the Arts, consists of fourteen individual episodes inviting you to audio spaces reflecting a wide range of perspectives on artistic practice.
Listen to "Sofie Burgoyne "WITH"" on Spreaker.
Episode 13: Sofie Burgoyne
Accompanied by one of my best friends James O'hara, we list "WITHS"; that which accompanies, holds up, leads, follows and exists within, the artistic practice in which I shared through a series of encounters at the end of my NPP studies.
Sofie Burgoyne is a female-identifying artist based in nipaluna, lutruwita also known as Hobart, Tasmania. Her practice is centred around the body and rooted in choreography but emerges in many forms. Interested in togetherness in difference, her artistic practice often sets up rehearsals or tests for being, living and working together.
Sofie prioritises collaboration and cross art-form conversation as processes of leaning into unexpected encounters and change.
Recent artist credits include, The Pink Palace for Constance Ari, Field Notes from Care Workers for Bus Projects and a written publication, Red Sandstone for A Published Event’s Lost Rocks Project.