Past and present
A call to the wild, Cimarrón is a contemporary performance work, which seeks to reclaim our place within the wnatural world and awaken our inner beast, in order to reconnect. The work premiered at Metro Arts, Brisbane, 2014.
"The work reads beautifully across a range of political, feminist and historical contexts as well as conjuring a detailed immersive world...the wild is brutalised in what was for me the most powerful sequence in the whole show...as Lewry's figure was whipped and broken, made to dance in circles, to learn to obey and be remade in the image of her dominator."
Inner Bodies On The Outer, Kathryn Kelly, Realtime Arts
Using the Inuit Myth of the same name, Skeleton Woman, explores themes of love, death, and cycles within nature and relationships. The work interrogates the idea that in order to live and love you must face death, over and over again.
Largely autobiographical, examining the experience of growing up in the Western Suburbs of Sydney with an eccentric father, Back of Burke, uses storytelling and imagery to examine the role family and place play, in shaping identity.
Various projects and works I have collaborated on, in various roles.