Brianna Kell

Brianna Kell

Brianna Kell is an independent dance artist based in Sydney.

Most recently Brianna Kell worked in residence at Critical path developing a new work.Kell worked with The Farm company touring Frankenstein in collaboration with Co 3 Australia.In 2017 Kell was a recipient of a research lab at Critical Path exploring Feminist Ideology , this research continued with a granted TRIP residency at Tasdance.

 In 2017 Kell was movement advisor for Thomas Wilson-White’s film the Greenhouse and choreographer for Exhibitionist’s film clip ‘Hands’, and ‘Motionless’.

Kell’s solo ‘Flow’ premiered at Inmotion Festival in Marrickville 2016. In 2014 Brianna had a sell out season premiering her solo ‘Heaven Metal’ winning the award for ‘Genre Excellence in Dance’.

From 2011-2015 Brianna worked with Tasdance performing in works by international and nationally renowned choreographers: Stephanie Lake, Anton, Francis Rings, Gavin Webber, Raewyn Hill, Byron Perry, Larissa McGowan, Huang Yi, Madalena Victorino, and Graeme Murphy.

A graduate from The Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne with a Bachelor of Dance in 2010. Kell was awarded the prestigious Orloff Family Trust award for ‘Most outstanding Talent’. 2012-present Kell currently works with company DirtyFeet as choreographer, performer, and lead facilitator.


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