Mitchell Aldridge

Mitchell is a Darwin-born dancer, photographer, filmmaker, and musician, with a Bachelor of Arts (Dance) from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). He has performed in Perth Festival with Co:3 Dance Company’s Archives of Humanity, choreographed by Raewyn Hill, STRUT Dance’s Hofesh in the Yard, choreographed by Hofesh Schechter, and The Farm’s The Ninth Wave, choreographed by Gavin Webber and Grayson Millwood (in collaboration with Co:3 Dance Company). He also works independently, featuring in Brooke Leeder & Dancer’s Structural Dependency and In Good Company, as well as many of STRUT Dance’s In-situ/Situ-8 and Short Cuts seasons. Mitchell has a love for film and video, appearing in Revelations Film Festival’s These Walls, directed by Brodie Rowlands, FourByFour, a 360 degree Virtual Reality film collaboration between Co:3, Tura New Music, and Frame VR/XR:WA, and Structural, for the WA Museum Boola Bardip. In his own work, Mitchell has a great interest in combining his three artistic practices of dance, film, and music, having his first entirely self-produced and scored dance film, Interstice, selected for Australian Dance Theatre’s Flow: Dance on Screen series. He has also directed, shot, and produced other short dance films such as Maybe Days, Point Street, and Catcher, as well as choreographing his own live work, Open Third, for STRUT Dance’s Situ-8 program

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