Bedelia Lowrenčev

Anthea Doropoulos

Bedelia is a groovy, disabled actor, dancer, singer and theatre maker. She is Artist in Residence at PYT Fairfield, and recipient of the Bundanon Trust Artist in Residence Program, supported by Accessible Arts and Mable. Bedelia cruises day to day in the heart of Western Sydney- arts making with PYT Fairfeld, Dance Makers Collective, We Are Here Dance Company, along with her dedicated food consumption of Katmer from the Turkish sweet shop just down the road. Previously mentored by Anthea Williams, and currently mentored by performance and artistic director, Felicity Nicol, Bedelia is working crip time with her deaf, twin brother, Jeremy on their multidisciplinary work, ‘Collision’. Screen, stories, Australian Sign Language, and dance all collide to explore the intersection of queerness, disability and deafness. 

Crucially, Bedelia is deconstructing her Dance practice, and focusing on the translation of dance into different bodies. In her spare time, you can spy Bedelia singing and creating with The House That Dan Built and Spark Youth Ensemble, and enjoying Discord chats with young disability leaders, advocating all things DES, NDIS, the Disability Royal Commission, and debating the age old question of ‘parmie’ or ‘parma’. 

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