Amber Nofal

Amber Nofal

Amber Nofal originally based in South Africa, is a Brisbane based Independent artist with 17 years of dance knowledge and experience, graduating from QUT with a Distinction in Dance Performance minoring in Photography (BFA 2015-2017). Whilst studying she performed an excerpt from EDC’s repertoire, and undertook an understudy role within the company. Amber has performed and worked with a variety of artists overseas as part of the Beijing Dance Festival 2017. She has also engaged with Australian choreographers, Katina Olsen, Keith Hawley and Riannon McLean during the development of performance work.


Engaging with artists within the Australian community is important to Amber in that it keeps the artistic community alive and flourishing thus Amber engages with collectives such as Phluxus2, Supercell Festival and Ausdance QLD. In 2018 Amber has worked within the Bris Asia Festival; in an improvisation collaboration with musicians, Festival 2018 with company Force Majeure in their world premier work titled FLOCK, and more recently performed This, with Phluxus2 as part of the Australian Dance Awards 2018.


Choreographically Amber appreciates taking risks and isn’t afraid to push the conceptual boundaries of an initial idea. Her projects, including The Aftermath, Why Not? and Do you like me now?; a collaborative short film, have developed into works looking at abstract alternatives to discussing subjects through film and intimate viewings. Ambers’ method to choreography through creative developments have followed improvisational scores, randomness, quick twitch and floorwork manoeuvres.



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