Title of Work: FLOOD
Design specialization: Choreographer
Education: PhD Choreography; MA(Distinction) Dance Studies; BA(Hons) 1st Class History
Carol Brown is a choreographer and artistic director whose work explores the cracks between art forms. Working in sustained collaborations, her body of work has evolved through dialogue and experimentation in diverse settings including urban, architectural and theatrical environments in response to questions of space, belonging and identity. Together with composer Russell Scoones, she established Carol Brown Dances during a residency at the Place Theatre London. The company has toured extensively throughout Europe, North and South America and been presented by major festivals including Roma Europe, Dance Umbrella, Brighton Festival and 4+4 Days in Motion. Together with Dorita Hannah and Russell Scoones she has made work for urban sites including in Athens, Perth, Prague and Auckland through MAP. Awards for choreography include a Jerwood Prize and the Ludwig Forum International Prize for Innovation. Carol has a PhD in choreography and is an Associate Professor in Dance at the University of Auckland.