Alana Yee

Alana Lee

Alana Yee is an artist and dance activist from Aotearoa (New Zealand) where she originally trained in commercial and contemporary dance. Her practice and works are expressed through the modalities of dance, performance art, party art, body and healing work, and sculpting contemporary styled piñatas. Her collaborative dance art group Mega Pash Action have performed at various club nights, music events and launches, cabarets, and other various performance platforms. She is also the founder and curator of S.A.M.P.L.E. (Some Artists Making Performance Laboratory Experiments) – a multidisciplinary performance platform where artists are able to test out new ideas, concepts and collaborative works. The S.A.M.P.L.E. platform has supported many artists from different backgrounds including dancers, performance artists, musicians, actors, comedians, photographers, fashion designers, and visual artists in NZ, Sydney, and London.

Between 2011-2013 she co-founded The Wellington Freelance Dancers Collective in Wellington, NZ and coordinated all professional classes and workshops.

Choreographers she has danced for include Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad (the Body Cartography Project), val smith, Alexa Wilson, Carol Brown, Sarah Knox, Kristian Larsen and Joshua Rutter (Footnote NZ’s ChoreoCo). She has also danced and modelled for World of Wearable Art, and toured NZ and Spain with Vospertron – a Neon Dance and Multimedia Technology company, as well as choreographed her own solo and group dance works in NZ, London, and Berlin.

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