About // CV

Ryan is an emerging theatre-maker, digital artist and researcher. His practice explores interactivity and media aesthetics across performance and digital art and his research projects have been developed in Australia and presented internationally for conferences including Australasian Drama Studies, the International Symposium on Electronic Art, and the National Institute for Experimental Art. Ryan works with re:group performance collective (www.regroupperformancecollective.org) and has developed and presented works including Loud, Fast, High (Rock Surfers Theatre Company development), Getting Lost (Merrigong Theatre Company development), The Bondi Beer Review (Bondi Feast Festival), and The Great Speckled Bird (PACT Centre for Emerging Artists). Ryan has held residencies with dLux Media Arts, Rock Surfers Theatre Company, and PACT, the latter by invitation as the inaugural 12 month artist-in-residence. With PACT, Ryan also worked with the 2015 Rapid Response Team, producing monthly political performance bulletins over 48 hour development phases in site-specific contexts. Ryan has presented and facilitated work for major festivals including Secret Garden Music Festival, The Other Art Fair, and Spectrum Now Festival. He has collaborated variously in design, devising and performing capacities for new Australian works including Twinkle (Q Theatre/Seymour Centre), The Spirit of Things (Performance Space and Stiff Gins development) Happy Rainbows (Giant Dwarf play reading), 24 Hour Party Playwright (Rock Surfers Theatre Company), Spoils (Adelaide Fringe Festival/Woodcourt Art Theatre), The Little Prince (Shopfront Theatre for Young People) and the film Brickworks (Project Art Space). Most recently Ryan worked with the Forsythe Company’s Choreographic Coding Lab in Melbourne.

Full CV can be viewed here: Ryan McGoldrick – Curriculum Vitae WEB


Feel free to drop me a line at ryan.mcgoldrick25@gmail.com


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